Robert F. Munroe Day School provides its K-12 students with a college preparatory educational experience in a unique and beautiful environment in Gadsden County. In an era of metal detectors and school resource officers in too many Florida schools, our students are part of a safe and supportive campus community where the teacher/student ratio is 1/9, and teachers are deeply involved in both classroom and extracurricular activities. RFM offers a well-rounded curriculum, which is based upon strong language arts and reading programs. Munroe's course offerings provide an excellent background for post-secondary education, including dual-enrollment college and APcourses. We offer honors courses in math, science, history, and English. We have a broad-ranging history program with courses spanning ancient civilization through current events. In addition to academic courses, RFM also offers a fine arts curriculum including both visual arts and music. Robert F. Munroe Day School offers a challenging, well-rounded curriculum taught by enthusiastic and qualified personnel in an atmosphere of mutual respect that fosters supportive parent/ teacher/ student communication and encourages academic and personal growth for allstudents.
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