For students, middle school serves as a transition between elementary school and high school. Typically middle school involves grades 6 through 8 and is sometimes referred to as junior high school or just junior high.
This is where students are introduced to an entirely new way of learning. In contrast to the teaching format of elementary school, students are allowed to opt for subjects in addition to the standard curriculum comprising English, Math, Science and Social Studies.
The primary objective here is to help students develop a sense of independence by allowing them more autonomy in terms of choosing the subjects they wish to study. Also, not being confined to one single classroom offers them a constant change of environment that in some ways can prevent mundane routine.
Is Your Child Having Trouble Keeping Up?
As a child progresses through the education system, the entire learning process can get quite tedious. Not all students have the same capabilities, which is why a one-size-fits-all approach may not be the best way to impart education to students after elementary school.
At Forest Trail Academy, we understand this need and acknowledge the need for customized learning platforms. This is why we have implemented a special prescriptive/adaptive program that caters to students with special needs. This is an easy-to-use, self-paced learning system that has been designed with the sole objective of helping a wide range of students achieve proficiency academically.
This program meets requirements laid down by the No Child Left behind Act for improving student achievement. By aligning modern technology with state academic standards, Forest Trail Academy provides a platform for both remediation and instruction. With a view to enforcing learning as a lifelong process, this program is ideal for at-risk or learning disabled students.
For any additional information and queries you can contact our Education Counselor, who will be available on chat and as well as on phone 800.890.6269 / 561.537.5501
The sixth grade is usually the start of middle school with students typically in the range of 11 to 12 years of age. Grade 6 is when students are usually introduced to a new way of learning. Students usually have different teachers for subjects that include Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts.
The seventh grade is the seventh school year after kindergarten and students are usually 12 to 13 years old. It typically forms the second year of middle school and is the next stepping stone for students in preparing them for high school.
The eighth grade is the last year of middle school with students between 13 to 14 years of age. It is typically the final grade before high school and is commonly referred to as the eighth year of education.
We make the choice to enroll at Forest Trail Academy simple and easy by providing parents with several financial options.
A helpful staff member is available to assist with the application process and to explain the various financial options we offer.
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