The Middle School Curriculum is designed to meet the significant growth and transitions that take place for students during these years.
From the sixth grade orientation to the final eighth grade chapel service, students are guided, encouraged, and challenged toward becoming young adults. Emphasis is placed on the acquiring of skills necessary to work capably as independent learners. Students learn how to study, budget their time, prepare for a test, plan a project, and work in a group. Our focus is on preparing our students for both the academic challenge of high school and the challenge of life decisions.
We stress personal responsibility for actions and actively reinforce character development. We expect students to be active partners in their learning, giving their best efforts toward developing a strong academic background that will enable them to use their God-given potential.
We have a one-to-one technology program in our middle school. All middle school students are provided with a Chromebook for use in classrooms and at home for homework.
Besides the core curriculum of language arts, math, science, history, and Bible, students are also required to take art, physical education, music, computer, and study skills. Foreign language and other elective classes constitute more choices for seventh and eighth grade students.