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high school curriculum guide
upper school curriculum guide

Upper School at a Glance

Motivated by their love for learning and desire to take intellectual risks, our Upper School students strive for academic excellence. Students in grades 9 to 12 begin to take on more challenging course work and become more independent and dynamic thinkers in the classroom.

Students may place into Advanced Placement (AP) courses starting in grade 10. Once in grade 11, students also have the opportunity to pursue the prestigious International Baccalaureate Diploma.

Advisory meetings are a time for students to develop relationships with peers and faculty members and build skills essential to their personal development.

Most importantly, Upper School students are the leaders of our community and often are seen spearheading clubs or activities, organizing House challenges, and presenting and leading sessions during school events.

upper school programs

View Our upper 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, Renata Nikolayev about any specific courses or subject areas of interest.