Welcome to the Archimedean Middle Conservatory
We welcome you to Archimedean Middle Conservatory, “The Most Philosophical School In America”, the one and only 2011 Blue Ribbon Middle School, and the #3 Middle School in the State of Florida!
We view Mathematics as both poetry of abstract elegant Ideas and as an important instrument to model Nature, Science, Technology, Engineering, Economics, and human behavior. The Conservatory of Mathematics approach provides students with the highest quality education. Its strength emanates from a deep sense of responsibility in helping the mind to grow and in the confidence in teaching the art of thinking through Mathematics and Greek language immersion.
For centuries, the Greek language has been an important part of western civilization, with its deep connection to literature and scientific and humanistic vernacular. The teaching of the Greek Language in a partial immersion setting will bring to our students the benefit of bilingual education to the brain. Through the greek language, as a second language, the students are exposed to world-class education with elements of the Greek culture and traditions. We use a greek mathematical curriculum with an emphasis on mental arithmetic, a no-nonsense training in algebra, and a dedication to rigorous euclidean geometry, trigonometry, and finite combinatorics, as the content subject for greek language immersion. Thus the Greek language is also used as a “linguistic vehicle” to bring enhancement and fusion of the American Mathematics Curriculum with a deeper and narrow European curriculum.
Our students learns how to express their ideas with passion and solid logic. Philosophy provides the balance of Humanities to that of Mathematics and Science. We will adopt and adapt the Philosophy For Children Method at the Academy, the Socratic method in our Middle Conservatory, and will immerse our students into Logic, Ethics, Political Philosophy, and Feminist Philosophy in our Upper Conservatory.
The educational philosophy of the Archimedean Academy is unique. It integrates immersion in Greek as a second language with a comprehensive mathematics curriculum. The mathematics curriculum combines traditional American mathematics: with an emphasis on problem-solving and critical thinking with the Greek curriculum: with an emphasis on number sense, rigorous mental arithmetic with undertones of algebra, and geometry.
Teachers design learning opportunities in the areas of English, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, and Greek Mathematics and Language. The school’s ultimate goal is to support all students to become productive contributors of the XXI Century by fostering in them the following skills:
The Archimedean Schools Process.
Dates & Events
|August 16, 2021||All Teachers report to school|
|August 18||Teacher Planning Day; not available to opt; no students in school|
|August 19||Teacher Planning Day; District-wide PD day-not available to opt; no students in school|
|August 20||Teacher Planning Day; not available to opt; no students in school|
|August 23||First Day of School; begin first semester|
|September 6||Labor Day; holiday for students and employees|
|September 7||Teacher Planning Day; no students in school|
|September 16||Teacher Planning Day; no students in school|
|October 28||End of first grading period; first semester|
|October 29||Teacher Planning Day; District-wide PD day-not available to opt; no students in school|
|November 1||Begin second grading period; first semester|
|November 11||Observation of Veterans’ Day; holiday for students and employees|
|November 24||Teacher Planning Day; not available to opt; no students in school|
|November 25||Thanksgiving holiday for students and employees|
|November 26||Recess Day|
|December 20- December 31||Winter Recess|
|January 17, 2022||Observance of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday; holiday for students and employees|
|January 20||End first semester and second grading period|
|January 21||Teacher Planning Day; no students in school|
|January 24||Begin third grading period; second semester|
|February 21||All Presidents Day; holiday for students and employees|
|March 7-11||Spring Recess|
|April 1||End third grading period; Second semester|
|April 4||Begin fourth grading period; Second semester|
|April 15||Teacher Planning Day; no students in school|
|May 30||Observance of Memorial Day; holiday for students and employees|
|June 8||Last Day of School; end fourth grading period; second semester|
|June 9||Teacher Planning Day; no students in school|
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