In the middle school classrooms, students are challenged to think creatively, prudently and work collaboratively, all within the context of Catholic beliefs and values. In social studies, religion and literature, students are challenged to think beyond their immediate circumstances and embrace a habit of thoughtful consideration for the needs of others. In science, mathematics, and grammar, students are challenged to scrutinize and evaluate systems for logical accuracy, developing their analytic skills.
Each course stresses the need for clear and effective communication, both personally (in writing and speaking) and collectively (in collaboration with others). Each classroom comes outfitted with 12 personal computers, which the students use for research and for conducting their Moby Max