Middle School Curriculum

With our intentional curriculum and supportive faculty, middle schoolers cultivate a deep sense of self, a commitment to community, and a global perspective. Our students engage in a variety of experiences – in the classroom, on the stage, on the court, and in the lab – where they find boundless opportunities to grow and realize their limitless potential.

Judaic Studies
Technology and Engineering
World Languages
Holocaust Education
Israel Education
Scholars Forum
Immersive Learning Week
Building Foundations for Success
Building Foundations for Success

Milton graduates are recruited by prestigious  independent high schools, and attend impressive colleges and universities such as UCLA, Harvard, and Yale.

Connecting to Sacred Texts
Connecting to Sacred Texts

As students engage in Talmudic discourse, they develop higher-order critical-thinking skills and global perspectives. Students connect contemporary and timeless subjects to their study of Jewish texts.

Experiential and Engaging Learning
Experiential and Engaging Learning

Students integrate STEM across the subject areas. They use research, communication, and collaboration, together with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to tackle real-life problems.

“Milton teachers work toward Jewish learning that is formative and transformative, shaping identity, informing choices and behavior, and forming connections across our diverse community and across generations.”