- Quaker Practice
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Middle school students start and end each day in homeroom with the same cohort of students. Homeroom cohorts travel together from class to class. Homeroom teachers are mentors for their students and they are the primary point of contact with parents.
In the mornings, students prepare for their days; in the afternoons, they review with their homeroom teachers what they need for their homework. Students participate in Silent Meeting twice a week.
Students look forward to the last hour of every Friday, when clubs take over middle school classrooms. They choose from a myriad of offerings to learn something new and have fun with students and teachers from other classes. Sometimes clubs are student driven, if a student asks to lead the club, but otherwise they are faculty driven. Each trimester, students have the opportunity to rotate to a new club and explore a different interest or build a new skill.