At Marianapolis, academic curriculum fosters the development of critical and disciplined thinking, precise communication, scientific analysis, creative problem solving, and an understanding of global perspectives. At all grade levels, the curriculum encourages students to think creatively and to articulate ideas effectively.
Students successfully navigate challenges they encounter in classes by utilizing a series of behaviors called the Habits of Mind. Cultivating these patterns of behavior leads to a set of valued dispositions that students develop so they are more capable of successfully working at a higher level. The six habits of mind are:
Preparation. Participation. Curiosity. Organization. Self-advocacy. Perseverance.
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