Middle School at a Glance
Students in grades 6-8 are welcomed into our vibrant and supportive online community where they are encouraged to develop their passion for learning. With a focus on social and academic growth, middle schoolers can expect to gain essential self-management, communication, and thinking skills that prepares them for Upper School.
In addition to our core courses, which include English, Math, Science, and Social Studies, students have the freedom to pursue World Languages and Elective courses that interest them. During our weekly Homeroom meetings, students work on their Middle School project, discuss events happening around the world, and take part in engaging team-building activities.
Lastly, many students immerse themselves in our online clubs and activities to further develop their sparks of genius and discover new interests.
middle school program
For students in grades 6, 7 and 8, school is about exploring your curiosity, stretching your imagination, and preparing yourself for academic success in high school, college, and beyond. In Dwight Global’s online middle school, students in grades 6, 7 and 8 join an academically robust program where they are encouraged to collaborate, think critically and independently, and apply their knowledge to the world around them. Our focus on relationships and structured advisory and homeroom programs also address students’ social-emotional needs.
- What sets our online middle school apart?
- What kinds of courses does Dwight Global Online offer for middle schoolers in grades 6, 7, and 8?
- How do classes work in Dwight Global’s online middle school?
- What does it mean that our middle school offerings are blended and flipped?
- What does it mean that our middle school offerings are college-style?
What sets our online middle school apart?
What kinds of courses does Dwight Global Online offer for middle schoolers in grades 6, 7, and 8?
How do classes work in Dwight Global’s online middle school?
What does it mean that our middle school offerings are blended and flipped?
What does it mean that our middle school offerings are college-style?
View Our Middle School Course Descriptions
Please note that while this guide reflects the current and/or upcoming academic year offerings, courses are subject to change. Families are encouraged to inquire with our Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Sara Crucet, firstname.lastname@example.org about any specific courses or subject areas of interest.