Kabbalah Children’s Academy curriculum strives to create curious, critical thinking, lifelong learners who develop international mindedness and moral characters.
Students make connections between subject content and real world issues. They also learn communication, social, self management, research, thinking skills and develop international mindset through the IB learner profile.
Students work independently and collaboratively, reflect on their own learning and their peers, complete research and analyze information, and confidently present their learning.
Technology is used throughout the classrooms. Students' talents show through performing, visual arts, physical education, and sports program. These programs encourage student participation in: soccer, basketball, and volleyball.
Subjects offered in middle school are:
- Language and Literature
- Social Studies
- Physical Education and Health
- Visual Arts
- Game Design
Field study trips are for each middle school year to bring learning to life.
Middle School students have the opportunity to participate in student council and take leadership positions in the school.
The Community Project:
KCA Students learn from age three that everyone can make a difference. In middle school, students take actions through community project which gives students the opportunity to develop awareness of others needs and environment. Action and community service is the result of an in-depth inquiry in their subject areas.