Intermediate Curriculum

The Intermediate years (Grades 3-5) at Greenwood Friends School are designed to help students acquire the skills to become independent and creative thinkers and communicators. Learning is thematic and activities, assignments, and projects are differentiated, taking into account student level and learning style. Work in the content areas tends to delve deep rather than skim the surface and it is not unusual to see students engaged in long term projects, such as creating museum displays on a topic, presenting at a “food fair,” or scripting and acting in a short play on a current subject.

 

A three year loop allows for deep and meaningful relationships between students, students and teachers, and parents and teachers. Students are met where they are academically and are challenged to move forward in a wide variety of subjects. From language arts, math, and science to music, art, and drama, Intermediate students find teachers who take the time to truly know them.

 

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A Personalized Curriculum

Greenwood’s vigorous, personalized curriculum supports and challenges every child, nurturing natural curiosity and encouraging academic excellence. Preschool through 8th grade students explore their world locally and globally. Greenwood encourages students to learn through innovation and collaboration, preparing them to succeed in our changing world.

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Enrichment Programs

Art, Music, Drama, Spanish, and other enrichment programs

Greenwood Friends School believes that a rich and balanced curriculum is essential in teaching the whole child. Art, music, drama, physical education and spanish are integrated into the life of each classroom and supported through enrichment classes as well.

 

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