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Physical education is designed to help each student develop and maintain an acceptable level of physical fitness through a variety of exercises, sports, and cooperative games. This program focuses on equipping students with good sportsmanship, teamwork, and positive skill development.

Pre-Robotics introduces students to electrical engineering principles through applications of semiconductor devices and circuits. Students will also be exposed to LOcoRobo robotics and mechanical engineering concepts. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot various circuits, robotic mechanisms, and code. IPAD is required.

In language arts, students will review and learn the writing traits. Many writing genres will be covered and conventions will be reinforced throughout the year. The students will be able to identify poetic elements and create a poetry portfolio reflecting upon their writing. Students will learn the basic skills to write various types of essays. Vocabulary will be expanded through Word of the Day. Students will have ongoing opportunities to present their work throughout the year.

Life science is the study of all living creatures and the environment that contributes to their way of life. This course is designed to provide the student with an extensive base of knowledge, understanding, and appreciation in this field. This includes the studies of the various cells in our body, organisms, plants, and the human body.

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Literature: This course focuses on active reading and writing while making the reading/writing connection through text-to-text, text-to-self, and text-to-world reflections. Students will read at least three novels and a variety of short stories as well as independent reading. There is a strong emphasis on reading comprehension, strategies for higher-level thinking, and reflecting upon their reading.
The curriculum of Math covers numerous areas including problem-solving, decimals, multiplication and division, fractions, geometry, probability, and algebra.

The purpose of Bible Class is to encourage students to explore their faith and their relationship with God and with one another. Students use a student book that encourages active learning. This will explore God’s Word, focusing on major accounts of the Bible, starting with Creation and continuing through Jesus’s ascension. Students will use the NIV Bible.

This course covers a wide variety of subjects beginning with ancient civilizations including Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, and India. During this time, students will also mummify chickens and participate in the Roman Games. Throughout the course, the students will do a variety of hands-on activities during each unit.

The curriculum we offer for middle school:

  • Literature:
    • Language Arts 6
    • Literature 6
    • English 7
    • Advanced English 7
    • English 8
    • Advanced English 8
  • Mathematics:
    • Math IIA 6th Grade
    • Math II 6th Grade
    • Adv. Pre-Algebra 6
    • Math Lab MS 7th and 8th Grade
    • Math IIB 7th
    • Pre-Algebra
    • Pre-Algebra 8th Grade
    • Algebra I MS
    • Geometry Honors 8th Grade
    • Algebra I Honors
  • Physical Education:
    • Boys PE MS
    • PE 6
    • Competitive PE
    • Dance I MS
    • Dance II MS
    • Dance III MS
    • Sports Fundamentals
    • Girls PE MS
    • Health Ed
  • Science:
    • Life Science 6
    • Earth Science 7
    • Pre-STEM Earth Science 7
    • Physical Science 8
    • Pre-STEM Physical Science 8
  • Social Studies:
    • American History
    • Globalization
    • Honors American History/We the People
    • Social Studies 6
  • 6th-grade Activities:
    • Beginning Band
    • Beginning Orchestra
    • Explore Track 1
    • Explore Track 2
    • Drama
    • Cultural Art
    • Pre-Robotics
    • Chorus MS
  • 7th and 8th-grade Activities:
    • MS Guitar
    • Beginning Band
    • Beginning Orchestra
    • Competitive Robotics
    • Concert Band
    • Dance I MS
    • Drama MS
    • Film and Literature
    • Greenhouse Agriculture
    • Intermediate Band
    • Intermediate Orchestra
    • Intro to Film/Computer Game Programming
    • MS Drama
  • 7th and 8th-grade Activities:
    • MS Musical Theatre
    • Musical Theatre MS
    • News Broadcasting MS
    • Photography 7/8
    • Piano Lab MS
    • Praise Band MS
    • Robotics
    • Spanish I 8th
    • Spanish IA
    • Spanish IB
    • Technical Theatre and Performance Techniques
    • The Graphic Novel
    • Chorus MS
    • Yearbook MS
  • Christianity Course:
    • Do you want to know how to take a stand for the truth of the Bible?
    • Then this is the class for you! Why We Believe is a course that seeks to help students defend exactly that question. I Peter 3:15 notes that we must always be prepared to give a defense to everyone who asks for the reason for the hope that is in us through Jesus, our Savior.