Students are well prepared for the demands of college and, if they desire to step directly into a career, for the workplace. The Montessori way of learning instills self-motivation, confidence and independence in students, skills crucial for success after school. Quadrat students graduate already familiar with the expectations of future professors, peers and employers, ready to continue discovering and changing the world around them.
What resources do you offer for the admissions process?
Individualized plans keep students on track as they embark on their college admissions journey; our educators engage both students and their families in creating the best admissions strategy. More about partnerships with local universities throughout high school.
Will my child be a competitive college applicant?
Absolutely. Students will graduate with a portfolio of work that can include self-directed projects, volunteer work, internships and entrepreneurial ventures. Quadrat students are already familiar with the expectations of future professors, peers and employers, ready to continue discovering and changing the world around them.
Do you offer SAT prep courses?
Quadrat intentionally integrates the language, critical thinking and math elements of the SAT into the high school curriculum. Students will ...
What about Advanced Placement (AP) classes?
We offer AP courses throughout high school and rigorously prepare students who take the exams. In the 2018/19 school year, we will offer the following AP courses: