The CBCS School of Logic

The CBCS School of Logic is comprised of 179 students from Grade 7 to Grade 9. By fifth or sixth grade, a child’s mind begins to think more analytically. The “logic stage” is a time when students begin to notice cause and effect, how different fields of knowledge relate, and the way facts fit together into a logical framework. These students begin to develop their natural capacity for abstract thought while continuing to nourish their curiosity.

IMG 1641Our academic goals for the School of Logic students include learning how to become self-learners, learning how to manage their schedules and demands, and learning how to think critically and logically.

At this stage Student’s transition from more concrete thinking in the School of Grammar to more analytical thinking that questions, challenges, and tests what they are learning. Teaching method also transitions from a more formal didactic approach in the School of Grammar to a less formal Socratic approach that seeks to draw students into discussion, debate, and dialogue where their understanding is enlarged and their capacity for critical thought is developed.