Wondering what a day in the life of a Middle School student looks like? Check out a sample schedule and class descriptions below. Please note that academic and enrichment periods vary by grade level and times on Wednesdays will differ due to the 2 p.m. dismissal.
Instruction targets defining operations and vocabulary while developing computational, thinking and problem-solving skills.
Content focuses on literature comprehension and fluency (decoding) through direct instruction beginning with learning how to learn and advancing to applying these skills on challenging assignments.
This is an extension of the Language Arts curriculum. Areas that are addressed include spelling, vocabulary building, grammar, and written expression.
Students in fifth and eighth grades study American History and how decisions, events, laws, and wars were a result of the culture, knowledge, and technology of the day. Sixth and seventh grades explore world cultures. Through the study of civilizations, students gain an appreciation of how people use what they learn through history.
Instruction targets developing a general fund of scientific knowledge and a working vocabulary that is built upon each year. The Science program fosters problem solving, reasoning skills, experimentation, and exploration.
Enrichments & Flex
Enrichment Class Offerings
Offerings often include Music (Band, Choir, Music Appreciation, Music Tech, Video Tech), Physical Education, Art, Photography, Theatre, Theatre Tech, Social-Emotional Learning Groups, and Essential Skills Workshops. Offerings vary by grade level.
These classes are designed for students to receive additional academic/enrichment support. Class options may vary.