Grade 6 – GRADE 8

As stated in IB MYP From Principles into Practice, "The MYP has been designed as a coherent and comprehensive curriculum framework that provides academic challenge and develops the life skills of students from the ages of 11 to 16. These years are a critical period in the development of young people. Success in school is closely related to personal, social and emotional well-being. At a time when students are establishing their identity and building their self-esteem, the MYP can motivate students and help them to achieve success in school and in life beyond the classroom. The programme allows students to build on their personal strengths and to embrace challenges in subjects in which they might not excel. The MYP offers students opportunities to develop their potential, to explore their own learning preferences, to take appropriate risks, and to reflect on, and develop, a strong sense of personal identity."

At St. Luke School we offer an Advisory program that matches students with a teacher to navigate the social emotional demand of middle school. As socially responsible people, service learning is an essential component of the advisory program and a connection to living their faith.

Our seventh and eight graders participate in an elective program that includes coding, art, service cooking, Spanish design, drama, and choir. 

To see examples of our students in action, see the blog posts below!

check out myp in action 

April 16, 2019

Today the Year 3 students (otherwise known as the 8th Graders) became witnesses as they listened to the story of Vera Federman, a young Hungarian Jew who survived both Auschwitz and Allendorf, a sub camp of Buchenwald during the Holocaust. Her granddaughter, Breeze Dahlberg, did an excellent job of gently walking the students through the unthinkable hardships and loss she endured during her struggle to survive. It was an inspi...

March 21, 2019

Year 3 Individuals and Societies students had the opportunity to become more knowledgeable and to practice their reflection skills last week. Kenji Onishi shared his experiences in a Japanese internment camp and helped students to transfer their new understandings to current events. It was a powerful interaction for all of us!

December 12, 2018

Last week, parent Dawn Locke spoke to the 8th Graders about government accountability and the role of the GAO ( Government Accountability Office). This office serves as a congressional watchdog and provides nonpartisan, objective, fact-based information to Congress. She truly brought government and learning alive for these students and helped all of us present to become more knowledgeable! The students were thrilled to become...

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