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Curriculum & Partnerships

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Preparing Students for High School and Beyond
Stuart-Hobson’s program serves students in sixth through eighth grade, combining the warmth of a neighborhood school with a full range of academics and extracurricular activities. Graduates go on to succeed at top public and private high schools throughout the District of Columbia. Stuart-Hobson’s rigorous academic program includes all students engaged in core instruction (English, Math, Science, Social Studies) as well as two electives. All students complete pre-algebra by the end of eighth grade. Seventh and eighth grade students can earn high school credit by successfully completing Spanish and Algebra I/Geometry courses. Electives are also offered during the optional extended day in conjunction with the After-School All-Stars program.

Investing in Technology and Arts
A multi-million dollar facilities upgrade, completed in the fall of 2015, supports a re-invigorated arts integration and museum program and space for art, music, drama, exhibits, and a high-tech media center. Our renovated auditorium provides performance space. Students play and exercise outdoors on a new 13,200-square-foot field donated by the Synthetic Turf Council.

Partnerships Create Opportunities: Teachers partner with organizations and individuals throughout the District of Columbia to create exciting and varied learning opportunities.

Activities for Enriched Learning
At Stuart-Hobson, activities enrich the classroom experience.

  • School Life — Student Government Association and Yearbook
  • Sports — Football, Basketball (boys and girls), Volleyball (girls), Track and Field (boys and girls), Cross Country (boys and girls), Soccer (girls and boys), Swimming (girls and boys), Tennis (boys and girls), and Ski Team
  • Music, Drama, and Art— Band (beginning and intermediate), Chorus, and String and Jazz Ensembles; two musicals each year; innovative art program