Ethical Education in the Middle School
Middle schoolers practice ethical decision-making in the classroom, on athletic fields, and in the larger community. Encouraging students to take responsibility for their behavior is at the heart of the Middle School’s philosophy.
Teachers weave ethics education throughout their curricula, classroom management, and guidance in student problem-solving.
Rowland Hall strives to graduate good citizens, not just students well-prepared for college. Concepts such as character, service, ethics, and community matter here. From the earliest grades through senior year, we stress the need to lead by example and have a positive influence on the lives of others.