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Middle School

Middle School is an exciting time of life!

As students are experiencing rapid growth physically and socially, they are also being stretched to grow academically and spiritually. Students are challenged to apply their knowledge, to ask questions about their discoveries, and to look at every discipline and content area through the lens of Scripture. As students are encouraged to think deeply about a variety of issues in a safe and loving environment, a solid Biblical Worldview begins to emerge.

Excellent Academics

Academics in the middle school emphasize the building of skills and study habits as well as knowledge of core subject areas. Preparing for the rigors of high school is stressed throughout the middle school program and emphasis is placed on the importance of daily independent effort in accomplishing successful learning.

Classes in middle school transition from an elementary self-contained model to departmentalized with several teachers, allowing for specialization in the content areas. Core subjects include Bible, History, Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science. Additional classes include physical education, health, and electives with options in the fine and performing arts, literature, technology, and physical education.

Building Dynamic Relationships

School begins each year with the annual Fall Advance. Middle school students spend time building relationships with one another as they attend a series of team building activities and enjoy time getting to deepen their relationahips with each other. The staff shares and develops the spiritual theme, which is a focus throughout the school year.

“Today we went to the St. Vincent de Paul food bank, during Bible class. We went there because we had been talking about the Israelites in exile, and how we can help people in exile today. As a class, we decided to help a food bank. You should know that this food bank also gives out clothes, as well as food. It also helps pay for bills and gas. When we arrived I was surprised it looked like a mini supermarket. They had asked for us to donate refried beans. Our class donated 90 pounds of beans. I would love to help out at this food bank again.” Raegan - 7th grade

Spiritual Formation

Students give focused attention to strengthening Bible study skills through instruction in inductive study techniques. In addition, students are mentored by Godly teachers who have a heart for middle school students as well as a contagious love for the Lord. Our teachers desire to see middle school students move from externally driven goals and behavior to a life that is internally motivated by Biblical principles that honor God.

Servant Leadership

Middle school students study God’s Word together and put their faith into action. Teaching for Transformation (TfT) helps them identify and serve in an area of true need within the community on a regular basis. This service can lead to transformed lives where young people grow in relationships, compassion, community advocacy, lifelong servanthood, leadership, and even exploration of a vocation.

Schedule an Educational Success Consultation today to visit with one of our experienced administrators about the opportunities available for your middle school student at Central Christian School.

Upcoming Events

July 22

CCS Theater Camp

Start: Jul 22, 2024 9:00 AM End: Jul 27, 2024 3:30 PM

Multi-Day Event

July 25

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