Adolescent Program


12-14 years old

The adolescent years are an important time of growth, change, and mystery. As children move beyond the elementary classroom, they embark upon the journey of adolescence that will ideally lead them to maturity.  

Our Montessori adolescent classroom is designed to meet the changing needs of the adolescent student while encouraging a continuation of the love of learning and discovery.   

Student’s needs at this stage include:

  • social interaction
  • experiential learning
  • meaningful work
  • creative expression
  • positive adult interaction

By having these needs met, the students can experience a rewarding and positive educational experience. 

Based upon their needs, students often work in small groups to accomplish projects and are encouraged to work together on individual assignments. 

Our Adolescent curriculum includes:

  • Language Arts using StudySync*
  • Math/Geometry
  • Pre-Algebra
  • History
  • Physics
  • Zoology
  • Botany
  • Foreign Language
  • Music
  • Art
  • Keyboarding/Computer Skills
  • STEM
  • Empathy Education

* "StudySync is a complete English/Language Arts curriculum designed to meet the rigorous academic needs of today’s classroom. In print or online, StudySync is designed to engage every student, because every student deserves the same opportunity and access in the classroom, regardless of his or her native language, learning level or physical, social and emotional ability.


  • Integrated Reading & Writing
    StudySync’s unique blend of contemporary and classic literature comes together with the program’s rigorous reading routines to dynamically instruct students toward mastery.
  • Embedded Skills Lessons
    Skill lessons ensure students build foundational language and comprehension skills, as well as reading, writing, and research on inquiry skills every day.
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
    Resources are organized around a first read, a close read, and an associated skill lesson. ELL skill lessons emphasize explicit vocabulary instruction, language acquisition, and reading comprehension."