Middle school is an exciting time for our students as they learn to navigate changing classrooms for their various subjects and become accustomed to having multiple teachers throughout the day. It also comes with privileges such as having their own lockers and participating in student leadership. Our middle school students are leaders-in-training and are given extra responsibilities with our student families and outreach programs.
Our middle school students are given additional opportunities to shine through the many ACSI academic competitions including spelling bee, speech meet, math olympics and an art festival. There are also many electives that our middle school students will be able to choose from each semester. Middle School elective choices include: Spanish, leadership, computer sciences, yearbook, performing arts, art, teacher assistant, office assistant, and tutor.
We have also expanded our sports program. Middle school boys are offered flag football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, roller hockey, and cross-country. Middle school girls’ offerings include basketball, volleyball, soccer, cross-country and cheerleading.
Our goal is to be a greenhouse for spiritual growth. In addition to our weekly chapel services and spiritual emphasis days, all subject matter is taught from a Biblical world-view.
Additionally, our middle school students have many opportunities for leadership and new experiences they can only get from a smaller school setting. The teachers and administrators know each student by name and work with them personally through some of the ups and downs of teenage life.
Our goal is to see our students reach their full potential and be prepared for the future God has for them. We are excited about the upcoming year and look forward to you being a part of it!
Our middle school classes meet from 8:15 am – 3:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Wednesday classes meet from 8:15 am – 2:05 pm
Curriculum Overview: 6th – 8th Grade
Legacy Christian School uses Holt for it’s middle school math program, Positive Action for Christ as the Bible curriculum and A Beka Book as its primary curriculum in language arts, history, and science (7th & 8th). We have recently adopted Purposeful Design as our science curriculum for our 6th grade class. We are continually looking to improve our program and use the curricula that we feel will best meet the needs of our students.
We fully realize that children learn in a variety of ways and will always strive to include a variety of learning styles in our daily routines.
An overview of what will be taught throughout the year is presented during orientation at the beginning of each school year.
- Physical Education
- Fine Arts
- Teacher’s Assistant
- Flag Football
- Roller Hockey
Field Trips Throughout The Year:
- Year 1: Chabot Space & Science Center
- Year 2: Marine Science Institute
- Year 3: Age of Sails or Exploration
- Year 1: Monterey Bay Aquarium
- Year 2: Children’s Musical Theater
- Year 3: California Academy of Science
- Year 1: Black Road Christmas Tree Farm
- Year 2: Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum
- Year 3: Japanese Friendship Gardens
May (every year)
- 8th Grade Trip: Disneyland
- Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk (end of the year party)
Service Projects Throughout the year:
- Winter Coat Drive
- TP Drive for Teen Challenge
- Hope for Ethiopia
- Give Well to Give Wells
- Food 4 Others Mobile Pack
- Give a Book, Get a Book
- Second Harvest Food Bank
- Operation: Christmas Child
- World Vision Sponsorship