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At Seven Peaks our mission is to inspire a lifelong love of learning in our students, to enable them to thrive in a complex world, and to challenge them in a safe and nurturing environment. At Seven Peaks School we see children not only as who they are but as who they are becoming...Read More

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School News

Spanish teacher gather with students around a display

Coming up in February and March we’ll be undertaking several interesting topics for both language learning and cultural exploration.

Second year students in 7th and 8th grade will be learning about etiquette and social norms (the dos and don’ts in typical social situations). We’ll look at fun topics like dating, introductions in formal and informal settings, and learning colloquial language that will help them in these situations.

3rd Grader in front of Science Fair Project

Happy New Year and welcome back! I hope everyone is rested, rejuvenated and ready for 2022!  We are going to kick off 2022 with a school-wide  focus on developing Risk - Takers. Here are some helpful resources to help your child develop this trait at home...

Student writing on boarding pass

In Pre Kindergarten, we are excited to be starting our new unit of inquiry: Celebrations are expressions of cultural values and tradition.  During this unit, Pre-K students learn about why people celebrate, features of celebrations, and how celebrations are the same around the world.  Students explore these ideas through an immersive experience that takes them around the globe.

Students watching a rocket launch

We have made it to December and the final countdown to 2021.  December's school-wide focus is on being an INQUIRER. Creating curious, lifelong learners is at the heart of our school’s mission and vision so this trait is particularly near and dear to my heart. Socrates said it best, “Wisdom begins with Wonder” 

Students with blankets at the humane society

Our middle schoolers just finished their first quarter electives the Friday before Thanksgiving Break. It was inspiring to coach sixteen 6th, 7th and 8th graders in a toy making intensive benefiting the cats and dogs at the Central Oregon Humane Society.

two students play sword fighting

Coming up in December are the first three Middle School performances: Hamlet and Ophelia (G6), Romeo and Juliet - reimagined (G7) and Macbeth at Christmas (G8)

All three shows follow the plots of the original Shakespeare plays. They also help introduce students to stagecraft while making meaningful connections to the classroom, especially Literature and Language class. Students have had to write the script, rehearse and produce the show, and then deliver the performance to live audiences. The big show evenings are coming in December! 

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