What Matters at Mayfield Junior School

Published : Monday, November 18, 2013 | 11:43 PM

As a joyful faith-filled community, what matters at Mayfield Junior School goes beyond traditional independent schools. In the classroom students learn content through active engagement, inquiry-based reflection, critical thinking, and global and personal connections.

Innovation matters at Mayfield. In kindergarten through eighth grade, performing and visual arts are a strong component of the learning experience. Creativity matters at Mayfield. Daily Morning prayers, Friday Families and special events offer time to gather and learn from one another. Community matters at Mayfield. A commitment to community service, opportunities in student government and public speaking challenge students to be their best selves. Building character matters at Mayfield. As a Catholic school spiritual development is an essential and vital part of student life.

Faith matters at Mayfield. Seventh and eighth graders organize and manage school events such as the Harvest Festival and Blue and White Day, and work together in team sports. Leadership matters at Mayfield. Well prepared and confident, our graduates thrive in secondary school and beyond. The future matters at Mayfield. Whether in the classroom, the athletic field or art studio, students are nurtured and guided by passionate, caring teachers, and are known and loved for who they are as individuals. Every child matters at Mayfield.

See for yourself what matters at Mayfield Junior School. Attend one of several admissions open house tours scheduled this fall and early winter. The tours are approximately two hours and include an opportunity to explore and visit several classes in progress. Please visit our website www.mayfieldjs.org/admissions. For more information, please call Lauren Marlis, Director of Enrollment and Marketing at (626) 796-2774 ext. 2102 or lmarlis@mayfieldjs.org.

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