At Laurel School of Princeton, the middle school years provide an opportunity to continue our expert specialized instruction building upon their foundational skills in reading, language arts and mathematics. While students may still require review and repetition of foundational skill instruction at times, we are focusing on preparing them to become strong, independent learners in high school and beyond. We implement a competency based curriculum designed to develop each student’s social-emotional learning, written and oral communication, executive functioning, and critical thinking, through project based learning.
Wilson Reading System®, OG, Developing Metacognitive Skills®, Report Form®Lindamood-Bell® , i-Ready,
Math in Focus (Singapore Math), i-Ready,
Integrated STEM aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (This approach focuses crosscutting concepts, science and engineering practices, and disciplinary core ideas)
Music, Theater, Visual Arts, Health, Physical Education, Executive Functioning, NoticeAbility (Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Engineering and Architecture, Consensus Arts Modules)
Humanities (History and LA- Project Based, writing focused)