Middle School

Curriculum Overview

  1. Exploratory: Students learn more about God, themselves, and the world in which they live through our exploratory middle school curriculum. Student-directed learning empowers students to discover new concepts independently and take initiative in their own learning. 
  2. Integrative: Interdisciplinary teaching helps students to understand that all learning is interconnected and relevant. Students are often encouraged to use transferable skills across different subject areas, developing flexibility and critical thinking. 
  3. Relevant: Middle school students want to know that the work they are doing matters, which leads to higher self-esteem and a greater sense of purpose. Project-based learning encourages students to use their skills to solve real world challenges and problems.
  4. Challenging: Our middle school curriculum encourages students to set and achieve high goals for their learning. Meaningful and engaging activities give students opportunities for continued growth and promote lifelong learning. 

Extracurricular program

Our goal for after-school and extracurricular activities is to further nurture and develop the whole child – mind, body, heart, and soul. This can be accomplished through the values gained in team and individual sports, creative, analytical, and innovative competitions, and skills gained through collaborative work in the arts. We currently offer running club, field hockey, and academic clubs to students in Grades 1-7.

Middle School Mentor

The Middle School Mentor (MSM) is an important part of the interdisciplinary team and will support, teach, disciple, and mentor students in seven interrelated core competencies: spiritual growth, self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, learning skills, and responsible decision-making. Through meaningful relationships with their MSM, students will feel a sense of belonging, exhibit positive behaviors, and increase their overall academic achievement.