Logic (7-9)

In Logic School, Seventh through Ninth grades, the cognitive ability of the student allows for a more analytical presentation of information.  At this stage, students are less interested in learning the facts and more interested in knowing the why.  They are naturally inclined to question everything; and it is in this stage that they are taught to think through arguments and are exposed to how things are inter-related.  The study of formal logic equips the student to analyze and apply information that was previously learned in the grammar stage.