At Poly, our Middle School believes in a student-centric view of education. Encouraging students to explore, research, investigate, encounter, collaborate, and lead are essential values. We also ensure that Middle School students have the opportunity to participate in Poly’s extensive after-school program of activities because such peer-to-peer and peer-to-mentor interaction is vital to the Poly experience. Advising, homeroom, and "Form" time are also key components of the non-academic portion of our rigorous yet supportive Middle School program.Learning Beyond the Classroom Wall
Middle School clubs and activities range include African Dance Club, Art Club, Concert Band, Form II Leadership Group, Math Olympiad, Middle School Senate, Photography Club, Science Olympiad, the Tower Times
(newspaper), sports, instrumental music lessons, and performing arts groups.
Poly Fosters Character & Service
Service Learning is an essential component of the Middle School program, with students planning and leading community service efforts through the advisory program. Each student is assigned an advisor who is an essential point of contact for Middle School parents, along with two Form Deans who work with each grade.Poly is Student Leaders
Poly Prep's Middle School also encourages student leadership in many ways, among which is Middle School student government. (For Poly Prep's mission
, which includes student leadership as a central goal, click here