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Middle School

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Welcome to Mulgrave's Middle School, where we help students embrace their personal best.

Mulgrave is a wonderful place for young people to learn and develop as individuals. Our Middle School appreciates and celebrates the complex physical, socio-emotional and academic development of our Grade 6-9 students. These years mark an important transition in a student’s life when self-expression and autonomy become priorities. The personalised support that we provide our students as they develop their voices is an essential part of our Middle School programme. By developing our students’ emotional wellbeing, we free them to focus on their growth as learners.

We offer a vibrant model of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP), a rigorous and dynamic academic curriculum in which experiential learning is central. Within the framework of the IBMYP, we provide our students with an inspiring and supportive environment supplemented with a rich array of opportunities that encourage them to engage outside of the classroom. 

Middle School At A Glance

Small class sizes with specialist faculty by subject area 

Mandarin (varied levels) or French language study

Focus on digital citizenship and technology as a learning tool

Purpose-built spaces provide the best learning environments

Electives, clubs, leadership opportunities and co-curriculars to spark interests and develop skills 

Life Skills course to develop executive functioning and real-world compentencies

Small group advisory model allows students build trusted relationships with faculty and their peers

Emphasis on wellbeing and social-emotional resiliency to help students navigate their development

Admissions Information

The admissions process focuses on identifying a diverse range of students who will thrive in our programme as well as families who are well-aligned with Mulgrave's mission, vision, and values

The greatest opportunity for admission in Middle School is Grade 7;  few spaces are also added in Grades 8 and 9, but intake is more limited

It is not a requirement for students to come from IB programmes at other schools

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Middle School Schedule

  • 9:00am-3:45pm
  • Tuesday Late Start: 9:40am
  • Friday Early Dismissal: 1:40pm

View the school year calendar

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