Students at this level are prepared to tackle more varied and rigorous activities. Increasingly, the academic program leads them to become more involved with the rest of the WMS community and to take on larger roles and more responsibilities within the classroom.
The history, geography, and science curriculum provides still more opportunities to connect with the WMS community. Each year the students focus on one historic period, thoroughly learning its geography, culture, literature, and science. This culminates in a cultural fair where students share their knowledge with peers and parents, and express their creativity by dressing in period clothes, decorating their exhibit booths, and sometimes cooking meals from the era.
Study Hall is offered to Upper Elementary students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 5 p.m. The second session of UE Study Hall runs from February through the end of the school year. Register online or download the UE Study Hall Registration Form and return to Ellen Hadad.
The Upper Elementary Handbook provides specific information for students enrolled in our Lower Elementary.
The Upper Elementary Curriculum Guide outlines our academic goals for students in this level.
Upper Elementary Signature Experiences enhance the experience for UE students.