The mathematics curriculum aims to give students a solid foundation for exploring and understanding math concepts as they move from lower school to middle school mathematics. Students are taught to approach mathematics from multiple perspectives, including numerical, graphical and symbolic. 

The science curriculum seeks to provide students with a fundamental understanding of the physical, biological and earth sciences, while instilling a love of scientific study and the natural world. A primary goal of the science program is to give students a systematic approach to scientific problem solving that prepares them for advanced middle school science curriculums. This is accomplished through a laboratory based discovery approach in the belief that insights are best developed in an experimental setting.

Language Arts/Reading
The Language Arts curriculum is designed to give the student a strong foundation in both writing and reading. The curriculum includes an interdisciplinary approach to reading literature that allows students to make connections across cultures. The curriculum offers a series of perspectives from which the student can approach the diversity of human experiences as they develop reading, writing, speaking, listening, research and critical thinking skills.

History/Social Studies
The history/social studies curriculum seeks to endow students with an appreciation and sensitivity for the diverse nature of world culture.     The program is taught from various multicultural themes that allow students to embrace and share their culture. Students are exposed to the contributions of various ethnic, racial and religious groups within the contexts of American history, ancient civilizations, world history, geography and U.S. History.

The Spanish curriculum offers a program of lively lessons that make learning the language an enjoyable and rewarding experience.       Students study vocabulary and grammar, develop listening, speaking and writing skills, and study Hispanic heritage and culture.

Leadership Development
Choices Leadership Academy curriculum for character education and leadership development help students to recognize their leadership potential, articulate their goals, develop their own personal leadership skills and broaden their understanding of ethics and values.        Students participate in motivational class activities that challenge them to achieve success. Topics for class activity and discussion include: communication skills, self esteem, goal setting, team building, diversity awareness, peer pressure, ethics/values, career goals, health/nutrition, conflict resolution and social skills. 

Computer Technology
The goal of the technology program is to develop competent and confident technology users. Students will learn the art of multimedia presentation skills including the use of Power Point and Coding Skills.  Computer technology and engineering design instruction are integrated into the core subject areas and used as an extension of learning focused on STEAM.

Creative Arts Integration
The Fine Arts curriculum is comprised of art, instrumental music, drama, and speech communications. Students learn to celebrate, appreciate and accept the value and uniqueness of their own works, as well as, those of others. A variety of styles and mediums reflecting diverse cultures are experienced during the school year through activities and presentations. Professional performing artists teach our Instrumental Music and Visual Arts Class. 

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