The mission of Miriam School is to empower unique learners by building confidence and a foundation for success. We accomplish this mission by creating a community where students thrive both academically and socially.
At Miriam School, learning is intentional, collaborative, and personalized; designed to meet the unique social, emotional, physical, and academic needs of each student. Our team of dedicated educators choose to teach at Miriam School because they love working with students who learn differently.
Miriam uses a variety of methods and instructional tools to meet the individual learning styles of our students. Based on the needs of the student, a student’s curriculum might include instruction using one or more of the following programs:
The S.P.I.R.E. Reading Program integrates phonological awareness, phonics, handwriting, fluency, vocabulary, spelling and comprehension in an instructional design based on how struggling readers learn. Each S.P.I.R.E. lesson employs ten steps that enhance student learning and memory by engaging multisensory pathways to the brain in rapid succession. | More About S.P.I.R.E.
Step Up To Writing is an explicit, hands-on writing program that leads to increased writing proficiency across the curriculum. Students receive direct instruction and practice in the areas of idea development, organization, sentence fluency, word choice, voice, conventions and presentation. | More About Step Up
Saxon Math is our lower school incremental math program designed to allow students time to practice, process and master math skills. It provides a balanced approach with manipulative opportunities and guided instruction that move students from the concrete to the pictorial to the abstract. | More About Saxon
Big Ideas Math: Modeling Real Life is our engaging and innovative middle school program that uses hands-on activities and scaffolded instruction, guiding students through concepts from surface-level to deep-level learning . With a strong emphasis on problem solving in the classroom, students can transfer their mathematical knowledge to new concepts and apply their understanding to real-life situations. | More About Big Ideas
Curriculum Night Presentation