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  Upper School Years Grades 6, 7, & 8

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Transformation marks the teenage years as children become young adults who need both support and encouragement, yet crave independence to think and do for themselves. These are years of challenge…and our students rise to the occasion. They sharpen organizational and study skills, express themselves through cohesive oral and written reports, and discuss political, social, and ethical issues articulately and with conviction. Students play as hard as they work. Extracurricular sports and special events like dances, skating parties, and ski outings bring balance to academic life. Upper school students staff the school’s yearbook and newspaper and participate in student council activities which encourage service projects and fundraising for worthwhile causes. Lively and bright, these young adults acquire clear guidelines for acceptable behavior and demonstrate an appreciation for rules and an understanding of right and wrong. Students leave The Campus School as young men and women empowered to face the academic and personal challenges that lie ahead.

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