It was a beautiful morning on Friday, June 4 when more than 70 MIC parents and their children came along to our first ever Adolescent Community Open Morning.
Designed exclusively for our Early Years and Primary families so they could come along and discover more about our high school program, the Open Morning was a tremendous success.
This short 2.5 minute video also gives a great snapshot of the event:
In small groups, families were able to observe the Year 7 and 8 students in a maths lesson (on unit pricing) as well as an economics and business lesson. Parents then observed a Mathematical Methods lesson, which is an advanced maths subject for our Year 11 and 12 students.
They were then taken on a tour of the Adolescent Community by our Year 9 and 10 students where they learned how the integrated curriculum works and the importance of the Montessori principles in our high school curriculum, before joining a Land Tour with our Land Lab Manager, Andrew Maitland.
The event concluded with refreshments in our Food for Thought Cafe in the Pavilion while listening to short speeches given by some of our Year 11 and 12 students, as well as an alumni student who graduated from Year 12 last year, who shared on their experiences at MIC.
It was a fun and informative day for all, with each family also receiving e a comprehensive Information Booklet on the full Year 7 – Year 12 Adolescent Community program at MIC.
The Information Booklet can be downloaded here:
For more information on the Adolescent Community at MIC, visit the Adolescent Community section of our website. For more on how to enrol at MIC or to book a school tour, visit the Enrolments section of our website.
Recent blogs on our Adolescent Community include:
- An Integrated Curriculum: The Land and Community Program (Year 7-8) in our Adolescent Community
- Alumni Profile: Emmerson Dodds
- Taking Being of Service to Others to the Next Level
- Adolescent Play in a Week!
- For the Love of Maths: MIC Students Come First Globally in Maths Championships
- Service to Others is Not a Theory…We Have to Live It
- Parenting Teenagers: My Top Tips
- Not Too Shab-bee For This Micr-economy
- Spotlight on CyberSafety in the Secondary College
- A Harmonious Lunch to Celebrate Harmony Week
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