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I get the biggest kick out of noticing flashes of inspiration: When a seed is planted with the potential to grow even bigger. It’s a real pleasure to see a connection made in the moment. I hope my students learn the value, benefit, and joy in being lifelong learners" –Raj Bhat, History Teacher

The Middle School History program introduces students to problem-solving, research, and critical thinking skills, as well as map reading, statistics, and graph and chart interpretation. Students distinguish between primary and secondary sources and assess them by a variety of methods. They also develop time-management skills and effective study methods and learn the proper form for research papers.

Geography is the primary focus of sixth grade, followed by American Studies and Washington State History in seventh grade. In eighth grade, students explore the development of belief systems and ethics by looking at world religions in the past and present day.


The PNW Book of the Dead Project

Read about how 8th grade students use their knowledge of ancient Egyptian traditions to create a modern Book of the Dead that reflects their own daily life in the PNW.

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