Clinton Hill Middle School Student Life
What’s it like to be a CHMS student?
For middle school students, small group advisory class combines curriculum with activities, discussions, and reflections to help students develop open minds, persistence in learning, caring attitudes, and the ability to reflect and think critically about themselves and their world. Students meet regularly to hone interpersonal and intrapersonal skills, improve personal and academic organization, and explore possible career opportunities. Our advisory curriculum is geared to help students succeed as individual members of the global community.
As they mature, Brooklyn Prospect students are also expected to lead themselves in developing their full potential in arts, sports, and other domains. Each campus provides ample opportunity for students to pursue interests beyond traditional academic subjects, both inside and outside of the classroom. At the Clinton Hill middle school campus, students can participate in or take leadership roles in over a dozen athletic teams and extracurricular clubs across all subject matters.
After school programming
Clinton Hill Middle offers 3 sessions of after school programs in the fall, winter and spring.
To view the fall 2017-2018 after-school schedule and the paper enrollment form, click HERE.