Middle school is an age of accountability and a time to solidify lifelong spiritual disciplines. Grades 6-8 have high expectations in conduct, academia and leadership. Leading chapel, mentoring kindergarten reading buddies, and creating school-wide service projects are some of the responsibilities for middle schoolers.
The addition of electives adds a hands-on educational element to Grades 6-8. Classes such as Photography, Moviemaking, and Life Skills give students an opportunity to get creative and try new things.
Middle schoolers also enjoy special times of fellowship: presenting a dinner theatre, attending a fall spiritual retreat, and enjoying a spring trip to such places as Washington D.C., the Creation Museum, and Niagara Falls.