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Empowering Faith and Knowledge in the Middle Years

At CVCS, our middle school academic program is tailored to meet the unique needs of students in grades 5-8, providing a challenging and supportive environment where young adolescents can grow in faith, knowledge, and character. Our curriculum is designed to bridge the gap between elementary and high school, preparing students for future academic success while deepening their spiritual foundation.

Key Features of Our Middle School Program:
Christ-Centered Approach: Our curriculum integrates biblical principles across all subjects, encouraging students to view their studies through a Christian lens.

Advanced Core Subjects: We offer rigorous instruction in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies, with opportunities for advanced placement in select areas.

Spiritual Formation: Daily Bible classes, regular chapel services, and faith-based discussions help students navigate their growing faith during these formative years.

Critical Thinking and Research Skills: Students are challenged to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information, developing crucial skills for high school and beyond.

Technology Integration: We incorporate digital literacy and responsible tech use across the curriculum, preparing students for an increasingly digital world.

Leadership and Service: We provide numerous opportunities for students to develop leadership skills and engage in community service projects.

Social-Emotional Learning: Our program addresses the unique social and emotional needs of middle schoolers, fostering resilience, empathy, and self-awareness.

Our experienced Christian educators are specially trained to guide middle school students through this pivotal stage of development. We strive to create a nurturing yet challenging environment where students can question, explore, and grow in their faith and academic abilities. Our goal is to graduate confident, compassionate, and academically prepared young people who are ready to face the challenges of high school and beyond, all while staying rooted in their Christian faith.