Secondary

Come experience the Wellspring Secondary School Family! See students engaging in a rigorous curriculum that is intentionally designed for both academic and character development. Experience students participating in hands-on activities and utilizing technology to further aid academic growth. Feel the warmth of well-trained teachers passionate about developing the whole student and supporting students’ academic and social growth.

I have had the privilege of working with Secondary Students for over 10 years. I’m passionate about helping students develop a Growth Mindset where they aren’t afraid of failure, but view mistakes as a chance to grow. I love seeing students grow both academically and socially.

We welcome you to come experience the Secondary School. We would love you to join our Wellspring Family.
Chris Brennan
Secondary Principal

CURRICULUM

The secondary program at the WellSpring School provides its students the opportunity to enter universities and colleges around the world. The emphasis of the secondary curriculum is on language arts, mathematics, Arabic, social studies, and science. Optional other courses may include Islamic studies, technology, art, music, and physical education.  Advanced Placement courses will be available in Grades 10-12.

Extra-Curricular Activities

After-school activities for secondary students help develop leadership skills, foster physical, social, and intellectual development, and improve the ability of students to work together to achieve goals. Activities may include sports, Model United Nations, and FRC Robotics.

Service projects

WellSpring encourages all of our secondary students to participate in service projects in the school and community that prepare the way for leadership that seeks the welfare of others above one’s own welfare.

College Entrance Preparation

The WellSpring School provides the following college entrance exams for student seeking college or university admission around the world:

  • PSAT® (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test)
  • SAT® (Scholastic Aptitude Test)

Guidance and Counseling

In addition to college entrance counseling, guidance services are offered in a variety of other areas including academic counseling, parent and peer relationships, and study skills.

Academic Challenges

The needs of students with special needs or academic challenges are met through differentiated lessons and individualized tutoring. Low achieving students in mathematics and English are placed in foundations classes

Honors Classes

Honors classes in middle school and high school parallel the curriculum offered in the corresponding regular classes but cover additional topics. Also, Honors classes move at a faster pace and cover topics in greater depth.

Ready to check us out?

We would love to have you come for a visit to our school.