Two female students talking as they walk to classAdvisor Program

Morristown-Beard advisors are responsible for monitoring the academic, social, and personal progress of their advisees as well as serving as a liaison between the School and the home.

A student consults with a teacher in the classroom

While advisors are not certified guidance counselors, they can act as a sounding board for advisees confronted with a variety of issues. Issues too personal or complex for the advisor to handle are referred to the Upper or Middle School guidance counselor. Advisors also work closely with Grade Deans in determining the nature of a given issue and how best to address it.

There is one formal meeting arranged in November for advisors to meet with parents, but parents may also call or e-mail advisors at any time. If a parent contacts an advisor with a question about a specific class, the advisor should ask the parent to call the teacher of the course directly.

The Middle School schedule is designed to meet the needs of growing adolescent children.

Our students begin and end their day in homeroom with their advisors. Our advisors are dedicated, grade specific, teachers committed to mentoring and supporting their advisees throughout their years at MBS. During Advisory period our students and advisors engage in relevant conversations aimed to address character formation and values. Extra-Help period is a designated time to work with teachers, collaborate with classmates and begin homework. The end-of-day homeroom is dedicated to organizing materials and preparing for home. We close the school day with sports and activities. We are committed to offering our students ample opportunities on the playing field and believe that good sportsmanship is an integral part of cultivating character.

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