Curricular Overview

The Boys’ Latin educational experience is exclusively single-sex because boys thrive in an environment where their visual/spatial senses are stimulated; where their need for movement and kinesthetic learning is addressed; and where they are exposed to ‘boy-friendly’ books and materials. Research shows that boys learn differently from girls, and Boys’ Latin has retained its single-sex philosophy for over a century and a half to address the unique learning styles of boys.

In addition to the care and instruction of classroom teachers, students in the middle and upper schools are assigned to faculty advisors who attend to their academic, social, and moral development. In a safe and supportive environment, our students feel secure to take challenges and realize their potential in academics, athletics, and the arts. Skills are woven throughout the curriculum, and the use of technology is embedded in all content areas. 

For specific information on each division, follow the links below:
Lower School
Middle School
Upper School

 

 

Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
Ralph Waldo Emerson









 

Independent Day School for Boys Grades K-12

822 West Lake Avenue, Baltimore MD 21210  |   ph: 410.377.5192  |   f: 410.377.4312
Boys' Latin Facebook  Boys' Latin Twitter  Boys' Latin LinkedIn  Boys' Latin Google+  Boys' Latin YouTube

Google+