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Sixth Grade Curriculum + Course Guide - The Heights School

Sixth Grade Curriculum + Course Guide - The Heights School

elationships with both

elationships with both parents and students is a main priority and is a focus for ourcollective work at The Heights.Establishing a relationship with all middle school students that encourages trustand dialogue about their intellectual, personal, social, and spiritual development isa fundamental goal of a Heights teacher. In an effort to be of service to families,establishing a similarly meaningful relationship with a student’s parents for thesake of assisting them as they care for their son’s development is also an essentialpart of the mission of The Heights.As a way of caring about each student’s individual needs, an approach embodying“cura personalis” (Latin for “care of the whole person”) is the focus of a mentor’swork at The Heights. At the heart of this mentoring is a teacher’s central belief thatat every point in the school day the most important person to care for should be thestudent present to him at that moment.While every teacher holds the role of acting as a mentor to his students, a specialmentor is designated for each student as an official “advisor”. Advisors are specificallydesignated teachers who act as a contact point regarding a boy’sdevelopmental needs. To this end, students meet with their advisors on a regularbasis and parents are asked to inform their son’s advisor of his developmentalneeds. Despite an advisor’s officially designated role, an advisor is just one of manyfaculty members at The Heights who provide opportunities for personal formationand growth.4 T H E H E I G H T S S C H O O L

II.The Middle School CurriculumAn Overview of Subjects by GradeSixth GradeLanguage ArtsMathAmerican HistoryEarth ScienceLiteratureLatinReligionMusicArtPhysical EducationElectiveSeventh GradeEnglishPre-AlgebraLands and ConquestsLife ScienceLatinReligionWriting (elective)Spanish (elective)Art (elective)Band (elective)Physical EducationEighth GradeEnglishAlgebraAncient HistoryPhysical ScienceLatinReligionWriting (elective)Spanish (elective)Art (elective)Band (elective)Physical Education6 T H E H E I G H T S S C H O O L

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