Upper School (7-12)
What They’re Learning
By clicking on each grade, you can view the curriculum we are working through this year for each grade.
Additional Graduation Requirements
We believe well-rounded individuals make wonderful ambassadors for Christ. Besides academic requirements to graduate, our students must also have:
- Yearly Mountain Retreat
- This special time bonds our students and helps them to focus on our MOST important aspect, our hearts for God!
- Yearly Volunteer Hour Requirements
- This helps plant the seeds of service in their hearts.
- Outdoor Education Days
- The Charlotte Mason philosophy of being outdoors EVEN when they are older is important! And, they find hiking, skiing, etc...to be super fun together!
- Educational Trips
- Learn wherever you go. We want to create life-long lovers of learning.
- Mission Trip Requirements (can be international or local)
- Spring Term is used to serve our local community, as well as school-sponsored international mission trips.
- Internship Hour Requirements
- Helping our students figure out what they are passionate about for their future.
I am honored to serve as the Upper School Principal at Arborbrook for grades 7-12. I have pursued a life in education since college where I earned a BA in Education and an MA in English. I have worked in education, both public and private, for over 25 years and have enjoyed working with the wonderful faculty and staff at Arborbrook for the last ten.
My family came to Arborbrook when my oldest son entered Kindergarten. He is now an Arborbrook graduate! We have been blessed, served, and encouraged by the community and teachers at Arborbrook, and I am thankful to be able to give back to that community and hopefully bless new families as they join us.
I am passionate about developing our students into Christian thinkers and lifelong learners. I believe that all students have been given the gift of a strong mind, and they can learn about God and His world. Education is exploration and a continual unveiling of what God has done and is doing. Our responsibility as educators is to enable and guide our students in that exploration. It may not always be easy, but it is certainly worthwhile.