Curriculum by Area

Curriculum Overviews

While design of Avenues’ initial curriculum began in 2010, we believe in an iterative process. However, the overviews below provide a high-level introduction to the themes and content in each grade.

To view the curriculum overview for a particular division, please click on the links below.

Early Learning Center curriculum – Nursery to Kindergarten
Lower Division curriculum – Grades 1 to 5
Upper Division curriculum – Grades 6 to 12

Curriculum articles on OPEN, the news and discussion blog of Avenues:The World School

Click on the links below to visit the article archive for each school subject.

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Assessment
Athletics
Augmented Reality
Community
Cooking
Counseling
Curriculum
Dance
Fitness
Gym
Health
Humanities
Journalism
Chinese
Math
Music
Play
Reading
School Culture
Science
Spanish
Theater
Writing
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Recent Articles from OPEN, our news and discussion blog

December 7, 2018

Digital Citizenship in 2nd Grade

by Jacob Goren, Technology Integrator


Given the fact that students in 2nd grade are being asked to participate in that digital world without the direct oversight of their teachers as they complete their homework, we needed to ensure our 2nd grade digital citizenship curriculum prepared students for that responsibility.  

December 5, 2018

Pre-K Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month: Frida Kahlo Study

by Amelia Padilla, Pre-kindergarten Teacher


The Goldfish and Starfish embarked on a study of Frida Kahlo. They learned about her artistic life, where she was from and about her love for making self-portraits. Our pre-K curriculum already incorporates self-portraits, so this was the perfect way to connect the study of Frida Kahlo to a familiar theme.  

November 30, 2018

Writing Memoirs in 8th Grade

by Jordan Kravitz, Upper Division English


This November, the Avenues 8th grade saw Aaron Sorkin’s Broadway production of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, starring Jeff Daniels and Celia Keenan-Bolger, at the Shubert Theater on Broadway.  

November 28, 2018

Creating a “Me Museum” in Kindergarten

by Evelyn Vivar, Spanish Fellow in the Early Learning Center


The kindergarten’s World Course offers a great way for students to feel comfortable with one another, and what better way than having a museum shown to the class about themselves!  

November 21, 2018

Digital Citizenship in 1st Grade

by Jacob Goren, Technology Integrator


Digital citizenship is an effort to explicitly teach students how to act responsibly, safely and respectfully in our digital world. This year, we began an effort to both explicitly teach these skills to our Lower Division grades at the start of the year and also weave these concepts throughout all we do for the rest of the school year.  

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