During this transition time from child to young adult, we emphasize individual responsibility, personal integrity, and critical thinking. As the learning curve increases, students benefit from a structured environment that engages them in a variety of intellectual, artistic, and athletic activities.
Every fall, a group of staff and parents take the middle school students for a week of outdoor education. In this setting, students experience their creator tangibly through His creation, inspiring them to deeper reflection and creative expression conveyed through written and artistic exercises. Team building activities in science and sports cultivate healthy peer relationships.