Be ready for hands-on, minds-on learning. With more than six decades of experience in educating middle school boys, we know a lot about creating an atmosphere where boys feel motivated to do their best.
We also draw on some serious science—the latest research on adolescent brain development, learning styles, and the pedagogies that have been shown to be most effective for middle school boys. Our caring teachers make it a priority to understand each student as an individual person and learner.
Cardigan provides boys with a solid educational foundation, utilizing a dynamic curriculum that sets them up for success at the secondary school level. Skill building is a key part of our academic program. We systematically and deliberately teach study skills and life skills, such as organization and time management. Our ultimate goal is to prompt boys toward self-knowledge so that they understand themselves as learners and can pursue strategies that help them to become more successful students and versatile people.
A record 51 student inventions were showcased in this year’s Gates Invention and Innovation Competition!
After a three-year hiatus, Model UN students put their skills to use at in-person conferences.
Students designed lessons in French, Spanish, and Latin as well as Greek and Russian for first and second graders.
Congratulations to two Cardigan students who won awards for their poems and critical essays!
The club participated in a middle school Model UN conference held at Boston University.
Congratulations to our newest members of one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious student recognition programs.
The lessons and their objectives are varied, but girding each one are the School's Habits of Learning.
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