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Posted on Thursday, December 14, 2017
It has been an exciting time for Carol Morgan School Athletics in our first semester of the school year! Here are some of the activities, new developments and highlights from the athletic activities during this very exciting and successful season. Some of the highlights of the Carol Morgan School teams' success in the first semester include: Elementary School ES Grade 1-2 Soccer won 1st place in the ACCAS tournament (hosted by CMS) ES Grade 3-5 Boys Soccer won 3rd place in the ACCAS...
Posted on Thursday, December 14, 2017
We are very thankful for our students’ participation in the After School Activities program this semester! Also, we highly appreciate our parent community for trusting us with your child’s learning experience. Fall 2017 classes concluded this week and here are some of the highlights of the final day activities: Ballet & Creative Movement Ballet and Creative Movement final classes included presentations to parents, in which students showed what they have learned during the first semester....
Posted on Thursday, December 14, 2017
Introduction to Human Rights is a new elective class offered at CMS this semester.  As part of a cumulative research project, students chose a current human rights issue that they are passionate about to explore and become an advocate for. Students shared their finding and activism with the community during a Human Rights Fair on December 6th. Those who attended learned about issues such as the refugee crisis, child labor, human trafficking, access to clean water, and statelessness.
Posted on Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Carol Morgan School (CMS) is fortunate to have a very positive reputation both locally and internationally as a well-established, outstanding educational organization for students and educators. The experiences that our students have and share when they leave CMS for university or life after high school plays a role in this reputation.  However, as we have previously shared, research continues to show that the most significant factor in successful learning for CMS students, your children, is...
Posted on Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Every summer CMS works on numerous projects to optimize the learning experiences for students and ​enhance ​our ​campus facilities. These projects are ​identified and prioritized ​based on ​safety, learning ​need​s, and functionality a​s well as ​local and international standards, compliance, etc. These projects are reviewed, evaluated​, and ​recommended by ​leadership and the multiple Board Committees as well as the Board based on the potential funding sources, including fundraising...

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