MCP Middle & High School
MCP Middle & High School

education for the UNIQUE LEARNER

Monterey Coast Preparatory Middle and High School is a co-educational accredited school for students who need a safe, nurturing, small class environment. Each student receives a personal learning program (PLP) designed to fit their unique learning styles and needs.Through contemporary research-based approaches, students achieve academic success, social strength, emotional growth, and self-awareness – all of which prepares them for college, future careers, and satisfying lives.

Middle school student presenting to class
 

ACADEMIC

Students using microscopes during science class

MCP offers a fully accredited middle and high school curriculum specifically designed for individual student learning needs. MCP meets WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) and University of California "a-g" subject criteria. Students graduate prepared for a four-year university or community college.

SOCIAL SUPPORT

Students working together on a school project

Our students develop emotional and social awareness of themselves, others, and the world at large, through hands-on collaborative learning and problem solving in a compassionate atmosphere. MCP has zero-tolerance for bullying. Students feel safe, build confidence, and make good friends. There are no "outsiders."

 

COMMUNITY

Three students working together on a science project

The small class sizes allow students and staff to develop positive and engaging relationships. All students learn public speaking and are encouraged to take on leadership roles. Students participate in student council, as well as clubs, field trips, events, and school-wide activities and festivals.

NEURODIVERSITY

Middle school student solving a math problem on white board

All learners benefit from working with neurologically diverse peers. This includes students who process information differently, students who are gifted, as well as those who learn kinesthetically. In contrast to conventional schools, MCP students are exposed to a wider range of learning styles and problem solving tactics.

 

Non-Discrimination Policy MCP Middle and High School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, age, race, color, national or ethnic origin, or disability in administration of admission or educational policies, scholarships, other school-administered programs, or in employment.