First Presbyterian Day School (FPD) provides a comprehensive, student-focused, college-preparatory educational experience for grades 3K – 12th in Macon, Georgia. It is a Christ-centered school that offers an academically-challenging curriculum to prepare students to be Godly leaders on their college campuses, careers, and community.
The Social Institute’s story is often best told through the lens of our wide-ranging, diverse group of partners. We remain committed to serving every community’s specific needs. Our team works with each school to develop a custom, sustainable plan that works for them. These case studies explore how TSI adapts to help every partner – from the largest independent schools in the urban areas to small public middle schools in rural communities – fuel their students’ health, happiness, and future success.
McDougle Middle School is a highly rated public school located in Chapel Hill, NC. It has approximately 750 students in grades 6-8 who come from a diverse range of socio-economic backgrounds, with about 26 percent qualifying for free and reduced lunch assistance.
How The Pegasus School elevated its approach to SEL to strengthen student engagement and school culture
Since its opening in 1984, The Pegasus School has prioritized social and emotional intelligence as an essential component of its student-centered curriculum. Today, the co-ed day school located 35 miles south of Los Angeles attracts a diverse student population of Pre-8 through 8th-grade students.
How Burgaw Middle School uses positive social media education to prepare students for a successful future
Burgaw Middle School is a Title I public school located in the rural coastal plains of eastern North Carolina. Burgaw draws from a small, tight-knit community and ranks among the top 20% for diversity across all public middle schools in North Carolina.