An Education for the 21st Century

The only public 6-12 International Baccalaureate (IB) World School in Connecticut

Important Dates:
The first day of school will be August 29, 2018
On August 22, we will host a 6th grade orientation and a 9th grade orientation. 
To RSVP to either event, please email Nancy Geffken or Laura Martinez.

Date & Time

Grade

Event(s)

August 22
8:00am-1:00pm

6

6th grade orientation with 8th grade WEB leaders
- Parent Meeting 11:00-12:00
- Luncheon 12:00-1:00

August 22
9:00am-2:00pm

9

High school orientation - incoming 9th graders


MLC's 2018-2019 Parent-Student Handbook is now available!  Click
HERE to read it.

Summer Reading Information 2018:

Hello MLC Families! Summer reading packets were distributed to students in early June. Electronic versions of these packets are available here:

Grade 6 packet

Grade 7-8 packet

High School packet

Students should read as much as they can this summer, and can choose what they want to read: novels, short stories, graphic novels, nonfiction texts, magazine articles…even audio books will work for this!

In addition, please note that any reading done as research for any of the following projects or assignments can be “counted” toward summer reading:

  • Personal Project (incoming 10th grade);
  • CAS (incoming 11th and 12th grade);
  • Extended Essay (incoming 12th grade);
  • Senior Project (incoming 12th grade);
  • Any summer work, as assigned by teachers (high school)

For book suggestions and recommendations, please check out the following sites:

CT Governor's Summer Reading Challenge 2018
Nutmeg Book Award Nominees


If you have any questions about summer reading, please contact Emily Wright, IB Middle Years Program Coordinator, at
ewright@crec.org.


Happy reading!

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At MLC, students will find...

  • A caring and committed faculty
  • An International Baccalaureate education, from start to finish
  • Global contexts and concepts that frame every class, every year

Which will empower them to...

  • Be engaged citizens of their worlds: school, local, national, international
  • Serve their communities while exploring what matters to them
  • Inquire about and understand the world through many perspectives, including their own.

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