Grade 8 Humanities explores the question: what does it mean to be human? In order to approach the question, students explore philosophy, history, politics, anthropology and more. They examine philosophers from across the ages while studying modern global politics. They research freedom, equality, and happiness alongside the difference between humans and animals. They ask how these ideas are relevant and interconnected.

Every week, students sit around the Harkness table, reading, writing, researching, and engaging in fiery debate (respectfully). By the end of the course, students will have developed skills and tactics to approach art, literature, history, philosophy, and politics as early-career scholars.



Grade 8 Humanities explores the question: what does it mean to be human? In order to approach the question, students explore philosophy, history, politics, anthropology and more. They examine philosophers from across the ages while studying modern global politics. They research freedom, equality, and happiness alongside the difference between humans and animals. They ask how these ideas are relevant and interconnected.

Every week, students sit around the Harkness table, reading, writing, researching, and engaging in fiery debate (respectfully). By the end of the course, students will have developed skills and tactics to approach art, literature, history, philosophy, and politics as early-career scholars.



Grade 8 Humanities explores the question: what does it mean to be human? In order to approach the question, students explore philosophy, history, politics, anthropology and more. They examine philosophers from across the ages while studying modern global politics. They research freedom, equality, and happiness alongside the difference between humans and animals. They ask how these ideas are relevant and interconnected.

Every week, students sit around the Harkness table, reading, writing, researching, and engaging in fiery debate (respectfully). By the end of the course, students will have developed skills and tactics to approach art, literature, history, philosophy, and politics as early-career scholars.


Grade 8 Humanities explores the question: what does it mean to be human? In order to approach the question, students explore philosophy, history, politics, anthropology and more. They examine philosophers from across the ages while studying modern global politics. They research freedom, equality, and happiness alongside the difference between humans and animals. They ask how these ideas are relevant and interconnected.

Every week, students sit around the Harkness table, reading, writing, researching, and engaging in fiery debate (respectfully). By the end of the course, students will have developed skills and tactics to approach art, literature, history, philosophy, and politics as early-career scholars.


This course page contains the necessary online resources related to the in-class stations for Music 7 & 8.

In this course, students will learn Spanish by use of the target language and in-class activities. There will be homework at least once a week, and students are encouraged to seek extra help as needed! 

In this course, students will learn Spanish by use of the target language and in-class activities. There will be homework at least once a week, and students are encouraged to seek extra help as needed! 

In this course, students will learn Spanish by use of the target language and in-class activities. There will be homework at least once a week, and students are encouraged to seek extra help as needed! 

In this course, students will learn French by use of the target language and in-class activities. There will be homework at least once a week, and students are encouraged to seek extra help as needed! 

In this course, students will learn French by use of the target language and in-class activities. There will be homework at least once a week, and students are encouraged to seek extra help as needed! 

This is a course for students enrolled in Music 7 and Music 8.

A course for Middle School Digital and Acoustic Music-Making Workshop students.

In English 8: Reading/Writing Workshop, we will delve deeper into essential reading and writing skills through a series of rigorous genre studies. We will continue to build a joyful habit of reading through choice and honing our voice as writers.

In seventh grade English, we will embark on a year full of choice reading and self-directed writing, honing essential skills and habits as we work towards mastering the writing process and building a greater sense of our own reader identities. 

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