The Middle School years represent one of the greatest periods of transition in life. Adolescent students need a learning environment designed specifically with them in mind. Liberty Christian’s Middle School nurtures and encourages students while providing guidance and support.
Challenging academics and wide-ranging electives provide students a chance to explore their interests, learn to express themselves and spark enthusiasm for lifelong learning. Middle School provides a training ground for the college-preparatory rigor ahead in Upper School. Students develop independence in learning, including time management and study skills.
Middle School also strives to capture students’ hearts for Jesus. As students age, we know the pressures of the world increase. We want our students to recognize as early as possible their identity is in Christ, while knowing they are loved, valued and uniquely designed by God.
- Small classes: Students are known, seen, supported and encouraged
- Block schedule: Courses rotate every other day (similar to Upper School and college)
- One-to-one iPad program (provided by Liberty Christian)
- Honors courses available in all academic core areas
- Algebra I, Art I and World Languages offered for Upper School credit
- Dedicated Middle School pastors
- Students in 7th and 8th grade receive Upper School mentors from the Spiritual Life Department
- Electives: World languages, art, band, choir, coding, athletics, musical theatre, broadcasting and STEM
- Encourages class unity and spiritual growth through activities such as the annual Eighth Grade Wilderness Trip, Spring Break Ski Trip, Seventh Grade Class Retreat and Sixth Grade Class Retreat
The Liberty Christian School Middle School program prepares students for their upcoming Upper School career. Teachers nurture the students' growing relationship with Christ by providing a safe environment for learning, sharing and loving.
Middle School students are further challenged in their academic studies and presented with fascinating electives to provide them variety and in-depth learning. As students enter the eighth grade, they will have the opportunity to take Honors classes and also earn Upper School credit. To view a detailed description of these courses, please download the Academic Planning Guide below.