WELCOME TO MIDDLE SCHOOL
We are a vibrant community of learners of over 180 students and 30 teachers. Our Middle School meets the unique needs of young adolescents and serves as the fundamental bridge between Lower and Upper School. Students at this age are constantly reflecting on their identities as they explore newfound independence and autonomy. At ASP, we help our students navigate these exciting and tumultuous waters by scaffolding their experience in a safe, yet challenging environment. Our teachers stimulate and captivate young people, and preserve what Richard Feynman called “the pleasure of finding things out."
The Middle School at ASP is a bustling center of constant learning. As you walk through our halls, you will see small groups collaborating on engaging projects and pushing themselves towards self-improvement. Whether they are wrestling with a question of social justice in a social studies class, trying to express themselves through art and clay, or pushing their logical thinking in math, our students are engaged in learning across the school. Technology, effectively integrated through our 1:1 program, promotes creativity, innovation, and connected learning. We balance our academics with an abundance of extra-curriculars including offerings in the arts, community service, and athletics. We also give our students a chance to be engaged, global citizens through our extensive Model United Nations program.
Of course, there is so much more to tell you about our Middle School. As you explore the website, we hope you will find it to be a window into our warm, family oriented community––and see yourself here.
Middle School Director
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MIDDLE SCHOOL RESOURCES
If you have any questions about any of the resources linked below, please contact Tricia Connor in the Middle School Office.
JOIN US ON THE NEXT ADVENTURE
Our ASP welcome is top notch - new students are already smiling, engaging with their peers after just a few days. You would never know that they are new to our community.
- Anthony Suzzi Valli, Middle School Guidance Counselor