Middle School

Academic Subjects

Bible courses build foundational knowledge of the Bible, including Bible memory, as part of the core curriculum. Students deepen the understanding of the Bible and Biblically sound life skills in conjunction with regular service opportunities.

Language Arts & Literature courses instill rigorous grammar, vocabulary, and writing skills that are critical for success in high school and college. In addition, students explore reading writing in many forms: novels, biographies, dramas, short stories, poetry, and more.

Mathematics courses continue to build competency and confidence for high school in concepts, including operations, fractions, pre-algebra, and geometry, with an emphasis on problem solving and pratical application. Students can be accelerated as appropriate according to individual needs.

Physical Education helps student embrace physical fitness throughout their lives through active participation in class activities that emphasize sportsmanship, determination, skills improvement, and fun.

Life & Physical Science courses celebrate creation and stewardship by exploring our environment, plants, animals, bacteria, the universe, planets, chemistry, and physics. Experiments, labs, and projects are an integral part of introducing, illustrating, exploring, and reinforcing concepts.

Geography surveys the world's people, cultures, and environments with in-depth study of Asia, Latin America, Europe, and Africa.

United States History integrates civics with the study of U.S. history from exploration and the colonial period through WWII and beyond. Learning is reinforced through projects and independent study in areas of personal interest.

Academic Awards/Clubs reward academic excellence and challenge student to continue to excel. Teams from our school have participated and won awards in the annual Shoreline Math Olympiad over the last several years. We also participate in and have students qualify for regional and state competitions in the Scripps National Spelling Bee and National Geographic Bee.