At BMI, we believe that “What you teach, teach thoroughly.” On this basis the curriculum is built around the four core areas of science, mathematics, language arts, and social studies, with commitment to the development of lifelong skills of learning across these domains. BMI has a “goal-based” curriculum, which allows students to know exactly what they need to do to progress.
As important as the question of what to teach is the matter of how to teach. Pedagogy is particularly important because the effective transmission of the basic skills and techniques involved in reading, writing, and the arithmetic operations functions forms the foundation for all further intellectual development.
BMI sets high standards for the successful application of essential skills for success in all areas of life: academic, work, civic and personal life. We firmly believe learning is contextual and authentic.