The month of April was filled with exciting work for the Bridge faculty. We conducted over 29 family interviews and tested 52 students. We also interviewed many wonderful candidates for teaching positions. More on these to come!
High School Update
In addition to opening grades K-8 in the Bridge program, we also are actively pursuing opening 9th and 10th grade classes for the Bridge Program in the fall. We have three families committed to these grades, and need three more students in order to open 9th and 10th grades. If you have a 9th or 10th grader you are considering for Bridge, please contact us as soon as possible, at the latest by May 10, so that we can determine whether we will indeed open these grades.
We plan to offer the following courses in 9th and 10th grades for 6 or more students:
for 9th grade: geometry, biology, rhetoric, medieval literature and history, foreign language, and an elective;
for 10th grade: Algebra I or II (depending on student’s math ability), chemistry, medieval literature and history, rhetoric, foreign language, and an elective. The upper school elective will be either choir, band, or art, depending on interest of enrolled students.
Junior High Sports
We are also excited to announce that Bridge junior high students will be able to play sports with the five day Ambrose school students! This includes cross country, basketball, and volleyball. More information on signing up for these to come!
What to expect in the coming months…
Enrolled families will receive uniform information, student supply
lists, and a curriculum ordering guide.
August 22nd & 24th
All Bridge School BBQ. Come meet your classmates and the other
wonderful Bridge families!
First day of school
We are so excited for the Bridge family that is forming!
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Learn more about our new option for Treasure Valley families that offers a classical Christian education two days on campus and three days at home with The Ambrose School curriculum. See our website: The Ambrose School Bridge Program