Are students generally challenged appropriately by the curriculum? Please describe any particular strengths or weaknesses in this area. Do you have any thoughts how the curriculum is applied and implemented at this school?

A few years ago, the school started an "Interventions" period of the school day. Rather than pulling students out for extra help or enrichment, the classes rotate intervention classes throughout the year to receive either extra challenge, or additional support. I feel that the curriculum is appropriately challenging as compared to US schools. Not the most rigorous, but with a good focus on well-rounded learning and inquisitiveness about the world, rather than simply looking at academics and grades. - Dec 2019


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