Harnessing the excitement of intellectual discovery
Middle School is where talents are discovered, skills are refined and personal relationships are strengthened through active experiential learning. By developing curiosity about themselves, others and the world, students become effective learners, inquirers and creative problem-solvers.
As an authorized International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IBMYP) school, Chadwick International’s Middle School curriculum has students connect concepts across subjects in ways that go beyond the processing of information. Instead, they investigate, reflect and communicate their findings on compelling issues, with opportunities to take real action and present viable solutions. This kind of first-hand engagement develops a deep understanding of the learning process itself. It also links classroom learning with personal experience, which fuels a genuine and sustained excitement around intellectual discovery.
Middle School students study key subjects like language acquisition, language and literature, science, mathematics, individuals and society, arts, health and physical education, and design. Each unit is thoughtfully designed to build vital social, self-management, communication, research and critical thinking skills.