Academics

Middle School

Welcome to the Middle School!

Students are encouraged through their course of study to continue looking for their God-given gifting as they prepare for their high school academic path. The Middle School program expands to allow for more co-curricular choices while intentionally focusing to build a safe, cohesive, engaging community environment.

Middle School Core Values

  1. Honor God in everything you do and say
  2. Treat others the way you want to be treated
  3. Encourage each other as classmates, family, and friends
  4. Serve others with humility and compassion
  5. Value the uniqueness and diversity of our community
  6. Speak out of love with kindness, not gossip
  7. Be Honest with others and ourselves
  8. Give your best effort and don’t give up
  9. Be Positive and enthusiastic in everything you do
  10. Demonstrate Self-control at all times

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Educational Philosophy and Pedagogical Foundations

  • We teach to individuals.
  • We support students in achieving mastery of academic skills in all subject areas and learning to set attainable goals.
  • Learning is a shared process requiring hard work and risk-taking.
  • We seek to nurture self-assurance, intellectual curiosity, and individual responsibility in students.
  • Students learn best when responsible, self-motivated, and self-evaluating.
  • We intentionally create conditions in which students can experience success by identifying individual strengths and assisting students in areas in which they need help.
  • Community is vital in developing the whole student. 
  • We enable students to see God as the Author of Life and encourage them to seek a personal relationship with Him.
The Master’s School is an independent, college-preparatory, non-denominational Christian day school enrolling children in preschool through post-graduate in West Simsbury, CT.

The Master's School opens its doors to all qualified students regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religious affiliation. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national affiliation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid, and other school-administered programs.