Learning in the Middle School
Self-discovery is an essential component of Park Tudor's independent middle school.
Anchored by a strong advisory program that teaches character development, the private Middle School curriculum at Park Tudor fosters a period of rapid personal and academic growth during the young adolescent years.
Crafted with a liberal arts focus, the Middle School curriculum prepares students in grades 6-8 for the challenges of the Upper School and allows them to begin taking electives in fine arts, world languages, computer science, and robotics. You can exercise your creativity in art, music and theatre classes, and exercise your body in health and wellness classes and sports teams.
The Middle School Advisory program builds on students' character growth and development with interactive activities and discussions. Faculty advisors and students work together to form a fun, educational experience founded on Park Tudor's core values. Some topics include empathy, respect, conflict resolution, Internet conduct, honesty, healthy relationships, goal setting and leadership.
Why private middle school?
At Park Tudor, student-directed learning empowers middle schoolers to take charge of their education and pursue what interests them. Experiential, active lessons help your student connect to the learning material and realize their current strengths and areas for growth.
Park Tudor's independent middle school is an academically rigorous program designed to prepare students for the college-prep courses of the Upper School. Our interdisciplinary approach helps students understand the relationships among subjects, such as using geometry to build a set in technical theatre.
Student Support Services
Park Tudor offers support for students to succeed both in the classroom and in their everyday lives. A full-time counselor and full-time school psychologist provide guidance to students, parents, and faculty. Academic coaching and on-site tutoring are also resources available to you. We're here to help you navigate the critical middle school years and round the corner into high school and beyond!