Middle School (6-8)

Discovering Gifts and Purpose through a Biblical World View

Middle school is a time when we teach students how to discern God’s purposes and discover the individual academic and spiritual gifts given by the Creator. This intentional focus helps students make positive choices and strive for excellence. Students are trained in Apologetics, gaining knowledge in learning how to defend their faith and speak boldly of the truths of God’s Word.


Continued Growth through:


  • Body of Christ Retreat at beginning of each school year
  • Use of multiple Core Teachers
  • Core Curriculum: Social Studies, Math, Language Arts, Science and Bible
  • Additional Curriculum: Spanish, Art, Music, Computer Lab/Library, and PE classes
  • Use of Google Classroom
  • Learning of the Constitution
  • STEM Class – Explorations 
  • Home Economics
  • Outdoor Ed Field Trip for 6th Grade
  • Field trips to Washington D.C. and Biblical Marine Science Experience at Dauphin Island in Gulf Shores for 7th & 8th Grades
  • General & Student Led Chapels
  • Veterans Day Chapel to honor Armed Forces 
  • Madrigal Dinner
  • Extra Curricular Sports (Grades 5-8): Volleyball, Basketball, Track
  • Dance Team
  • Student Council
  • Destination Imagination (DI)
  • Individual Lessons offered for Voice, Piano, Strings, and Band