Grade 7


Humanities – History

Students become global historians as they learn about the geography, religion, achievements, politics, economics, and social structures from around the world during the middle ages.

Humanities – Language Arts

Students read a variety of fiction and non-fiction texts including novels, poems, essays, and short stories. Students are constantly writing (creative and academic pieces), researching, and presenting their work.


Students are encouraged to think about math in a variety of ways and show their understanding in ways that resonate with them, not just in the traditional way. Students focus on four areas: developing an understanding of and applying proportional relationships; applying and extend previous knowledge of operations with fractions, decimals, and positive and negative numbers; solving real-life and mathematical problems using numerical and algebraic expression and equations; and summarizing and describing statistical distributions


Students are introduced to several concepts from different areas of science. Fundamental areas covered include computer programming, chemistry foundations, scientific math skills, systems of the human body, cells, DNA, evolution and sustainability.


Teachers and students come together as a class to build community and focus on self-efficacy, self-reflection and communication. This daily practice allows time for students to set and reflect on personal goals. Topics such as community issues and social justice are explored. MUSORY topics are guided by the self-efficacy and communication standards in the grade 7 curriculum guide and are developmentally and age appropriate.

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