South Shore SDA School uses the curriculum developed by the North American Division of SDA Education Department.
Curriculum refers to the instructional components (essential questions, content/big ideas, skills, assessments, activities, and materials) of a particular course of study.
Standards, what learners should know (content) and be able to do (skills), serve as the framework for curriculum development.
Below is listed the curriculum and standards for each subject area.
The Robotics program uses the middle school curriculum developed by Carnegie Mellon University and adopted by the Adventist Robotics League.
Kindly explore our curriculum by selecting each subject listed below.