“Students who are intentionally introduced to their own emotional intelligence during adolescence are shown to have better relationships, coping skills, and academic success throughout life,” explains Mr. Weinstein. “They are better equipped to recognize and manage their own emotions and develop communication and leadership skills that advance them academically and socially in profound ways.”
Middle School News
What have attracted students are courses that they can use to accelerate their education, all taught by a dedicated and consistent teaching staff. A diverse assortment of motivated students from area schools are signing up for courses in Summer Session that offer course credit or prepare for a placement test that would allow them to test out of a course for the following school year.
The event is part of Hun’s schoolwide Wellness Program, which seeks to nurture the physical and emotional development of students alongside their academic growth.