Leadership Opportunities – Middle School


There are many ways students at the Middle School develop and demonstrate their leadership skills. The focus through Grades 6-8 is really establishing a foundation of character development and supporting students learning about themselves. This is an important stage in one’s growth. The Middle School provides a caring environment for students to challenge and stretch themselves.

There are many extracurricular opportunities offered at the Middle School.

Canadian High School Model United Nations – March 2 – 4, 2012


Students in grade 8 are invited to join the Senior School delegation at the Canadian High School Model United Nations. This is an exciting “hands on” opportunity to experience the inner workings of the UN. Students will leave with a greater understanding and a global perspective by examining current and relevant issues in the world. In a safe and encouraging environment, students practice important skills such as effective debate, consensus building, and persuasive argument all while working alongside other students from our school and beyond.

More information will be communicated to students and parents next week.


“Justice High Mulgrave” – Completed!

See the SMUS Review for the write up of the day. 

Middle School Leaders Learn About UN Goals

January 21, 2012

This conference is a one-day series of global education symposiums for Middle School youth. Students explore the UN Millennium Development goals in interactive workshops. These workshops explore topics such as homelessness; poverty and statelessness in developing nations; fresh water conservation; access to potable water; and access to quality education.

“Student Diversity Leadership Retreat”

February 10-11, 2012

The Student Diversity Leadership Retreat hosted by Northwest School (www.northwestschool.org ) in Seattle is an opportunity explicitly for Middle School youth. The theme of the conference is “Is There a Me in Media?” Students will think critically about the media landscape and consider how the media they produce, and the media they consume, impacts themselves and their peers.