Students page through American and global literature, literary analysis and creative writing to develop lettered literary skills.
Reopening FAQs & Admissions Info
REOPENING FAQs: We are welcoming MICDS students back to school with distance learning both on campus and from home when the 2020-21 academic year commences, absent any change in government requirements. Please find helpful Health & Safety, School Preparation, and Ram Relief Fund FAQs here: https://www.micds.org/reopening/. ADMISSIONS: MICDS is no longer accepting new applications for the 2020-2021 school year which begins on August 18, 2020. After that time, we will welcome new applications to all grade levels for the 2021-2022 school year.
Bottling knowledge from hands-on experiments, students examine discoveries in physics, bio-chemistry, environmental science and more.
Learning from the past, students explore world history, 20th century history, U.S. history, contemporary global issues and more.
With carefully calculated classes in algebra, statistics, calculus and integrated mathematics, students add knowledge they can count on.
Students expand their horizons with language courses to learn Spanish, French, Latin and/or Mandarin Chinese.
From entrepreneurship, public speaking and finance to neuroscience and psychology, a plethora of fascinating subjects weave throughout the curriculum.
"One of the most important things that I’ve learned during my time at MICDS is that you can get as far in life as you want to. It’s about the work that you do and the effort that you put in."GeGe Pflager ’18MICDS Alum
Fine & Performing Arts
Every student is required to take fine and performing arts. Classes include ceramics, painting, chamber choir, photography, architecture, acting, digital design and instrumental music.
As part of our Mission, 9th - 11th grade students participate in two seasons of athletic activity per year. Twelfth grade students participate in at least one season of athletic activity per year.
Starting in 9th grade, students work one-on-one with a counselor to make informed decisions, curate courses and plan their path to the college or university that will be the best fit.