Middle School

 

At CVA we recognize that student-athletes in the middle grades have unique needs. During the years between elementary school and high school, young adolescents undergo profound changes in intellectual, physical and emotional development. These changes require a program and learning opportunities that are responsive to the developmental needs of 12-14 year olds.

Under the guidance of the Academic Leadership Team, CVA offers 7th and 8th graders the opportunity to meet high academic expectations with individual support for learning styles and focus with age appropriate activities and approaches.

Each student has a teacher as an advisor who serves as a mentor. In addition to frequent informal meetings, students and their advisors meet weekly to deliver the responsible living curriculum and discuss issues. The advisor is always available to talk with parents if they have questions or concerns as they are aware of the student's academic, athletic, and community standing.

Seventh and Eighth graders are taught CVA’s curriculum in the primary subjects of Math, Humanities (combined History and English), Science, World Language and Art. Upward mobility available for advanced students. Athletic training is paced based on the physical ability and needs of that age group.

Eighth graders may join us for the full year, fall/winter, winter, or winter/spring terms. Seventh graders may join us for winter term.

For more details, contact Erin Whipple, CVA Director of Enrollment | ewhipple@gocva.com | 237.237.4466

Thoughts on a Small Cohort by Middle School Parents and Teachers

Academics

3197 Carrabassett Drive
Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947

207.237.2250

Fax: 207.237.2213
Email: kpunderson@gocva.com