Our middle school prepares students to succeed in high school and college. A report from ACT states , the "level of academic achievement students attain by eighth grade has a larger impact on their college and career readiness by the time they graduate from high school than anything that happens academically in high school." Our goal is to prepare them academically, and give them the organizational skills they need to succeed in life.
Bible, Math, Grammar, Reading, Spelling, Writing, Science, Ancient World History, Art, Band, Physical Education, Health and Computers.
Bible, Prealgebra, Grammar, Literature, Spelling, Writing, Science, World Studies and Hawaiian History, Band, Physical Education, Health and Computers.
Bible, Algebra, Grammar, Literature, Spelling, Writing, Science, U.S. History, Band, Physical Education, Health, Worldview, and Computers.
Students in kindergarten through grade eight are given a list of verses to memorize for the year. Bible Verse Lists by grade are given to each student at the beginning of the year.
- 7:15 Faculty prayer time
- 7:30 Teacher on duty
- 7:50 Classes begin
- 9:30 Recess
- 11:40 Lunch
- 12:00 Classes
- 2:15 Dismissal
- 2:45-5:30 After School Care
Communication is key in helping teachers and parents make it possible for children to succeed in school. Middle School teachers send home a Weekly Report with your child’s test scores for the previous week. The report will also let you know if they turned in their homework. Mid-Quarter Progress Reports are mailed to parents if a student has a C or below in a subject.