Concordia Christian Academy’s middle school provides a continuum of education from the early grades, to the middle grades, and then on to high school. Our teachers at CCA coordinate closely so that student learning paths are seamlessly integrated in multiple disciplines. CCA's Middle School is a specially designed program to help students through those critical years of change and growth between the ages of 12 and 14.
Our Middle School students spend a lot of time in conversation and preparation for high school, beginning with personalized access to technology. Middle School students benefit from a working knowledge of key technologies.
Middle School students take elective classes and participate in athletics designed especially for them. They are also empowered to live their faith through a number of service and leadership opportunities on and off campus. They are mentors to younger students in a variety of activities. This is a structured journey toward independent thinking and personal responsibility.
- 1:1 Laptop for all 7-8th graders
- Class size averages under 20
- Hands-on STEM Science Modeling Curriculum (Learn More)
- Learning Edge Resource Program (Learn More)
- Accelerated individualized programs for highly capable students
- Specialized programs for students who need help in certain areas or who have unique learning styles
- Fall, Winter and Spring Sports
- Service and Leadership Opportunities
- Mentoring of younger students
- Elective Classes
- Weekly chapel with guest speaker, teacher and student-led chapel
A Philosophy of Caring
Middle School presents special learning and developmental challenges because it’s an age of such immense growth. From the beginning of 6th grade to the end of 8th grade, kids can grow as much as six inches. While we can see the physical changes, we know that emotionally they are maturing as well, while mentally they are beginning to make abstract leaps.
At CCA, we know every Middle School student is unique, so we provide an environment where students feel safe and valued just as they are. By the end of middle school, students have grown both smarter and wiser, and their faith and relationship with God has strengthened as well.