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Middle School

Middle school students can choose among sports, fine arts activities and clubs that support and extend learning outside of the classroom.

Exploration of self and China are hallmarks of the three-to-seven-day adventure, challenge and service excursions.

Welcome to Middle School!

Concordia’s Middle School works in partnership with parents to create a school community that is supportive and responsive to student needs. Children between the ages of 10 and 14 are unique in intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth. Recognizing that these children are also strikingly different from each other, the middle school is designed to meet the needs of a child as well as an adolescent during the transition from the elementary to high school. Through a caring and secure environment, the middle school program ensures that all students experience challenge and success.

At Concordia our Middle School program is based upon the developmental needs of the young adolescent with the following goals:

  • Mastering basic skills within an interdisciplinary context.
  • Acquiring a fundamental body or knowledge and the critical thinking skills necessary for its interpretation and application.
  • Developing and maintaining a positive self-image.
  • Accepting increased social, personal and academic responsibilities.
  • Exploring a diversity of curricular and extracurricular activities.
  • Developing an increased awareness of individual differences and respect for others.
  • Participating responsibly in the school community.

Handbook

The Handbook for students and parents provides a comprehensive look at the middle school program, from daily schedules and homework to communication methods and child protection policies.

Service & Service Learning

We don’t just talk about service, we live it through local service projects, classroom efforts, field trips, and student-led charity opportunities.

Fine Arts

Whether it's music, the visual arts or drama, our middle school fine arts program has something for the creative side of every student.

Leadership Program

We are blessed to have a group of students who are being trained as servant leaders. This program helps our students grow in their identity and confidence as global citizens who can make a difference in the lives of others.

Technology in middle school is used to enhance the curriculum in all subjects, ranging from math and science to physical education.

Middle School Events

Middle School News

上海协和国际学校的咨询老师将为您带来新的一期亲子教育课程----《品格第一》。此入门级课程将会讲述四十九个品格特征,能帮助您的孩子实现最优秀的自我。

时间: 8:30-11:30 , 五月十五日,周一 /五月十六日,周二 / 五月十七日,周三

地点: Luther Hall

Concordia Counselors are sponsoring a new workshop for parents in Mandarin called Character First. It will be an introductory class to learn about the 49 character traits that will help your child become the best he can be.

Dates: Monday, May 15 through Wednesday, May 17th from 8:30 to 11:30

Place: Luther Hall.

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Dear 5th, 6th, and 7th Grade Parents,

Please be advised that the Middle School Administration Team works together in order to place students in the most thriving environment. Middle School classes seek to promote diversity as well as encourage students to get to know and form as many relationships as possible.

It is not required, but we welcome parental input regarding your student's individual social, emotional and academic needs. We respectfully ask that you do not request placement with specific teachers or students. This information helps us place individual students in optimal learning environments.

If you would like to give input, please complete the form available in the Middle School Office by May 12, 2017. Please note forms received after this date may not be included in placement decisions.

Thank you.

MS Administrative Team

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Grade 8 students traveled to Nanjing for a two-day field experience visiting the Nanjing Memorial Museum and the Amity Foundation.

As part of our WWII social studies unit, students were guided through the Nanjing Memorial Museum in reverence to the 300,000 civilians that followed six weeks of atrocities. The stories, visuals and relics remind us that the purpose of war is to kill.

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'OKLAHOMA!' by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein

About Oklahoma!

Oklahoma! tells the story of young lovers growing up in Indian Territory at the turn of the 20th century. When Laurey, an independent farm girl, falls for a charming cowboy named Curly, their romance is threatened by Jud, the sinister farmhand who claims Laurey as his date for the town social and, ultimately, as his possession.

Meanwhile, the flirtatious Ado Annie considers marriage with two suitors, one a Persian peddler named Ali Hakim and the other a longtime love interest, Will.

As the town prepares to auction off dates at the box social in celebration of a school-house raising, tension rises within the love triangles. Dreams — and nightmares — present themselves, but there's no telling which will become reality. Will the couples part ways forever or will they unite in the light of their brand-new state? OKLAHOMA!

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