Robert F. Munroe Middle School

Robert F. Munroe’s middle school (grades 6-8) is academically challenging and fosters an environment that encourages responsibility, independence, respect, as well as collaborative learning. Creativity and critical thinking are evidenced in academic offerings in Language Arts, Reading, Science, Mathematics, Foreign Language, Fine Arts and Personal Fitness. Students that qualify will be eligible to earn a high school credit in mathematics (Honors Algebra) in 8th grade. Incorporating technology into daily instruction prepares students to more knowledgeably utilize, organize, and manage the unlimited world of information that is always at their fingertips.
 
 
The students’ learning environment is extended through class trips to destinations such as Washington, D.C. A myriad of learning experience is found within driving distance from campus. Students have opportunities to investigate places such as, Florida State Caverns, Ed Ball Wakulla Springs State Park, St. Marks Lighthouse and other nearby coastal environments.

Student participation is encouraged in a variety of clubs. Academically Jr. Beta Club is available for qualified students, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) and Jr. Brain Bowl.

Organized after-school team sports are available for any students who wish to participate. There are football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, tennis and cheerleading opportunities for all.

Robert F. Munroe’s middle school program challenges students to excel and prepare academically as well as socially for the opportunities and challenges that each will face as they enter high school.

Robert F. Munroe High School

Robert F. Munroe high school challenges students to become successful citizens of home, school, community, state, nation and our global world. Our educators recognize the potential of each and every student and maximize the potential of each and every one. Opportunities abound for learning and discovery in academics, athletics, fine arts, mathematics, history, and science. A rigorous curriculum incorporates technology into the classroom through online texts, show me presentations, and iPad research. Small class sizes are conducive to more individualized instruction and attention.
 

Students are afforded the opportunity to balance rigorous academics with athletics as well as community service projects. Leadership positions in student government, Beta Club, and service organizations such as Anchor Club (sponsored by Pilot) and Key Club (Kiwanis)

Robert F. Munroe graduates are well prepared and accepted to major universities. Our graduating seniors are offered scholarships to college of their choices.
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