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The Middle School at Stuart

Grades 5–8

The Middle School years are a time for Stuart girls to discover who they are, what they want to become and how they want to make a difference in the world. We challenge and support our girls through this process as they mature spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically.


Our innovative curriculum and 1:1 iPad program provide students with essential 21st century skills, including effective communication, critical thinking and problem solving. Outside the classroom, girls develop an awareness and commitment to social justice through discussion and service to others.

A comprehensive advisory program, extensive club offerings, strong athletics and an exchange student opportunity in eighth grade allow our girls to build confidence in their abilities to lead, compete and collaborate.

Recently in the Middle School:

While continuing dance legacy, Margaret Lesinski visits Sacred Heart sister school in New Orleans

Congratulations to rising seventh grader, Margaret Lesinski who competed at the North American Irish Dance Championships in New Orleans over the 4th of July holiday weekend. She danced in the Under 12 girls competition and made it to the third and final round of the championship, earning her 4th consecutive national solo medal!

While in New Orleans she also stopped by The Academy of the Sacred Heart, "The Rosary" with her mother, Theology Teacher Emily Lesinski where they were given a tour of the beautiful campus and took a picture with Mater.

Click through for photos from the trip.
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Goal 3 Day: How much difference can a Middle School girl make?

Can a Middle School girl really make a difference in the world? At the end of the school year, every Stuart Middle School girl participates in Goal 3 Day in which students take part in a variety of service learning activities. The aim is for students to deepen their understanding of social injustice and recognize their power and privilege to make a difference in the world.

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Greek gods and goddesses sighted in the Middle School

As the culmination of their studies of ancient Greece in history and the Greek myths in English, fifth graders recently participated in an afternoon of Greek Day activities. Based on their reading of D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths, the girls presented themselves as their favorite Greek God or Goddess, complete with costumes and props. Zeus, Athena, Hermes, Demeter, and Hades were just a few of the mythological characters from Mount Olympus who came to life. Next, Team Athens and Team Sparta competed in a quiz bowl, displaying their knowledge of the geography, history, and culture of ancient Greece. Following the friendly competition, a buffet of delicious Greek fare was enjoyed by all. Click through for photos from Greek Day.

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