Madeira’s academic departments are organized traditionally by discipline. However, faculty collaboration across departments results in innovative courses and approaches to teaching.
Courses on American, British and world literature through the AP level to develop advanced skills in reading, critical thinking, writing, and oral communication.More About the English Department
Analysis of the present through the past in the areas of world history, U.S. history, European history, Economics, and special electives are also offered.More About the History Department
Courses in French, Spanish, and Latin from introductory language through the AP level.More About the World Languages Department
From Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II through multivariable calculus and linear algebra for the most advanced students.More About the Mathematics Department
Biology, chemistry, environmental science, and physics integrated with math, computer programming, and engineering concepts.More About the Science Department
Studio art and ceramics; drama and dance; film and photography; music ensembles and private lessons.More About the Arts Department
Interscholastic team sports, equestrian, and fitness classes.More About the Athletics Department