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CMS Beliefs

The Carol Morgan School is a private, secular, non-profit, college-preparatory school that instills a passion for learning, builds character and inspires civic and social responsibility. Incorporating a rigorous, U.S. curriculum and advanced technology, CMS empowers students to become leaders of a multicultural, global society. The Carol Morgan School will maintain its lead as a world-class international school.

Founded in Integrity, Focused on Learning

Committed to excellence in all that it does, the Carol Morgan School provides an outstanding standards-based academic program, within the framework of the best research-based educational practices and with a focus on continuous improvement. The varied international student body receives an immersion English language program.

The philosophy and objectives of the school support a U.S. curriculum enhanced by the rich culture of the Dominican Republic. CMS welcomes families from all countries knowing that this association of students of different backgrounds and religions will help them develop a clear understanding of the global world in which they live.

CMS programs stress the worth and dignity of all students and provide them the opportunities to progress intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically to their greatest potential.

Profile of a Graduate
We believe in a safe, supportive learning community in which challenges are met with respect, compassion and enthusiasm to foster achievement of potential and expand personal and collective excellence. CMS students acquire an academic foundation of required skills, knowledge and achievement that leads them to:

● Be lifelong learners with global perspectives

● Possess bilingual skills within the English and Spanish languages

● Be aware and reflective of their varied strengths, demonstrating confidence, motivation, and self-discipline

● Be inquisitive, demonstrating critical and analytical thinking

● Demonstrate multicultural sensitivity and respect for differences

● Be “fit for life” demonstrating physical, emotional, and social well-being

● Demonstrate respect for our natural world and conservation of our global resources

● Be innovative producers and informed consumers

● Adapt to emerging technologies, ethically applying them to new and future settings

● Demonstrate responsibility and sound judgment, making informed choices for personal balance and community improvement

● Listen, lead, and work collaboratively to solve problems locally and globally