Middle School

Middle School is a time of constant change for students. CCS has built a middle school curriculum that recognizes the challenges at this stage of development for young teens. The main focus of the academic program at this level is to prepare students to be successful in high school. As a result, CCS offers an academically challenging middle school curriculum. In addition, organization, study skills, time management, and critical thinking are distinctive of every class and subject.

All middle school students at CCS take the daily core subjects of Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Bible. The Language Arts curriculum receives special attention at the middle school level because of the vital importance of writing and reading comprehension to all subjects, and especially to a student’s ability to succeed in high school. As a result, extra time is allotted within the middle school schedule for Language Arts. All middle school students will receive at least seven periods of teaching within the Language Arts classroom per week. In addition to the core subjects, students will take two to three hours per week of computer classes.

Middle school students will also take a different enrichment class each quarter. Students do not get to choose which enrichment courses they wish to take. The goal with these classes is to expose middle school students to a variety of classes so that they are better equipped to narrow their interest areas at the high school level. Please see the enrichment course descriptions for more detail.

Middle School Curriculum Guide – 6th-8th Grades (Updated 6/22/2018)

Students are encouraged to get involved with the various ACSI competitions, like Math Olympics and the Art Festival. From Beta Club to athletics, middle school students at CCS are given a variety of ways to express themselves beyond the classroom.

Extracurricular Activities

Junior Beta Club
Open to 6th-9th students who maintain an 85 average of their core classes, with no C’s in any class, each quarter.  Beta Club members will be involved in numerous leadership and community service activities throughout the school year. Visit the Beta Club page for more info.

Student Council
Students are elected by their classes to serve for the entire year.  Students must meet minimum grade requirements.  Conduct and character will also be considered when nominated.  Students will be expected to help organize and lead numerous activities, both at school and in the community, throughout the school year. Visit the Student Council page for more info.

Middle School/JV Athletics
Girls Volleyball
Girls and Boys Soccer
Girls and Boys Basketball
Girls and Boys Golf
Tennis
Softball
Baseball
Girls Cheerleading
Cross Country