The Middle School philosophy realizes the importance of preadolescent and adolescent stages of growth and sees this as an intermediate period. This stage helps students move from an independent learning environment to a more structured departmentalized program. The ambience prop up the students as they become self directed learners, helping them to build strategies to seek their own solutions. 

Our learner-centered teaching methods build in group projects, autonomous learning, motivational programs, experiential learning, skill development sessions and encouraging innovative methods. Beyond the curriculum, we train to equilibrium both content and process, addressing a wide range of learning styles and giving individual attention in the classroom. The desired upshot for students include research skills, time and organization strategies, study skills, critical thinking ability.

Real life materials and exercises give knowledge to a child’s natural interest in maturing of physical coordination, care of self and care of the environment.