The Middle School includes students in fifth through eighth grades. These are the years of metamorphosis where children grow to think critically, creatively and independently. They learn the self–discipline, focus and social graces needed to be successful in life.
Our small class sizes and supportive teachers give Middle School students the confidence they need to advance academically. These students will develop leadership, moral character, communication and study skills.
Centered on a traditional university–prep curriculum, students study English, mathematics, science, history, foreign language (French, Spanish and Latin), physical education, music, Bible and other electives. Writing and technology are integrated throughout the curriculum. Courses are Honors and
Pre–Advanced Placement (Pre–AP) level.
What is Honors and Pre–AP?
All course work in the middle and high school is taught at an advanced level. The textbooks used are often above grade level and texts are supplemented with special projects throughout the year including research papers, oral presentations, lab assignments and field trips. This coursework is designed to prepare students to take Advanced Placement courses for university credit while in high school.