The faculty at Ransom Everglades works hard to develop a global curriculum. All Middle School students learn Spanish, providing them with an opportunity to develop proficiency in three languages by the time they graduate. The Chinese language program began in 2006 and today enrolls over 100 students from grade seven through the AP level, complementing offerings on campus in Spanish, French and Portuguese. Through the school's membership in the Global Online Academy, RE students can also take courses in Arabic and Japanese, as well courses of topics ranging from medical problems solving to genocide, with students from around the country and around the world. Global perspectives are emphasized in the English and social sciences departments. In addition to classics like The Odyssey, To Kill a Mockingbird and Shakespearean literature, texts representative of global cultures are found in every level of the English curriculum, ranging from the works of Paulo Coehlo to Gabriel Garcia Marquez to Rabindranath Tagore. In social sciences, the curriculum has shifted from a focus on western civilizations to world history, particularly in the eighth and ninth grades; sixth graders study the meaning of citizenship across the world, while upperclassmen have the chance to explore social entrepreneurship in a global context.
The Middle School ¡Somos Miami! Spanish classes went on a field trip on October 20th, 2015. The students had a great time and learned about Spanish painters Goya and Dalí, as well as about Operation Peter Pan.