Middle School adopts co-ed learning


Gisele Cestaro and Maia Barantsevitch

This year, the Middle School has made an official switch to co-ed learning. With co-ed learning, students of all genders will be educated together as opposed to learning in gender separated classrooms. This is a change in hopes to make non-binary, genderqueer, gender fluid and agender kids feel more comfortable in the classroom and to better prepare students for high school and beyond.