Health & Wellness
Students learn the benefits of an active, healthy, and mindful lifestyle to make our community a better place today. Students participate in physical activities such as yoga, cardio, and sports. They also learn about healthy nutrition and how being healthy both physically and mentally leads to increased happiness, better work ethic, and more positivity and fulfillment in life.
Arts & Cultural Enrichment
Students explore multicultural art and cultural diversity to better understand their connection with their broader community. Students will express their creativity through painting, drawing, acting, dancing, music, and more, all while exploring how cultures affect and change artistic expression.
If your child is a creator, thinker, problem solver, doer, innovator, or inventor then the Junior Swarm S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) experience is what will speak to your child. Students will explore how math and science connect to real-world work experiences by building balsa wood bridges, conducting egg drops, and through other hands-on projects and experiences.
Every student has a voice that deserves to be heard! Students learn how to better comprehend their emotions and demonstrate empathy for others. The students learn the five competencies of Social-Emotional Learning: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills, and Making Responsible Decisions. These important skills help students to manage healthy relationships and stressful workloads that they will experience in the future.
Students will develop skills specifically catered to their interests. Guest speakers will speak to the students about future career aspirations and expectations such as: workload, skill development, successful habits, and more.
Financial Literacy is a set of skills that takes years to master and there’s no better time to start than in middle school. The students explore how to apply financial knowledge, how to make good financial decisions, and how to develop them into habits. Students will explore how to set financial goals, create a budget, learn banking language, learn how to appropriately use credit cards, apply for student loans, and pay for college.
Students apply instruction and skills through helping others. The students gain knowledge, build self-esteem, develop character, and learn about their community through hands-on service learning. Not only is service learning for resume building, but it instills in students the importance of giving back to the community.