Middle School (6th-8th Grades)
The program and curriculum for middle school is designed to educate students while helping them mature into young adults. Curriculum is Christ-centered, integrating faith and values into all subjects.
Heritage middle school and high school students follow the same bell schedule. All secondary students change classes beginning in sixth grade.
2016-2017 Secondary Schedule
|1st Period||8:00 am to 8:44 am|
|2nd Period||8:47 am to 9:30 am|
|3rd Period||9:33 am to 10:16 am|
|4th Period||10:19 am to 11:02 am|
|5th Period||11:05 am to 11:48 am|
|6th Period||11:51 am to 12:34 pm|
|LUNCH||12:35 pm to 1:05 pm|
|7th Period||1:08 pm to 1:51 pm|
|8th Period||1:54 pm to 2:37 pm|
|9th Period||2:40 pm to 3:15 pm|
Middle school students are given “campus wear” guidelines for dress, which are outlined in the student handbook.
Opportunities during Middle School
- Middle School Orientation and Team Building
- Junior High Beta Club
- Fall Play
- Community Service Teams
- Praise & Worship Team
- Junior High Choir
- Concert Band
- Speech Meet
- Small Group Mentorship
- Math Olympics
- Science Fair
At the middle school level, the following sports are currently offered:
- Girls Volleyball
- Girls Basketball
- Boys Basketball
- Track and Field
- Visit Conqueror Athletics for additional information.
- Use of multiple quality curriculum sources
- Review of curriculum for continuous improvement
- Planner/calendar provided by school to encourage organization and responsibility
- Math, Reading, and Speech labs for students needing additional assistance
- Computer education classes
- Music and art opportunities
- Low student-teacher ratio
- Field trips designed with education and hands-on learning in mind
- Mid-quarter progress reports and parent-teacher conferences
- Washington, D.C. Trip (8th grade)
- Weekly Chapel services for grades 6-12, including each grade leading a Chapel service once a year
- Classroom prayer and sharing of prayer requests
- Daily Bible teaching
- Integrated curriculum that incorporates Biblical principles and truths into other academic subjects
- Classroom discipline policies to promote student development of self-control, character, orderliness and efficiency
- Spiritual Emphasis Week
- Bible Bowl
- Group or partner work to develop collaboration, accountability, and teamwork.
- Supervised lunch in the cafeteria where students have time to interact more informally.
- Welcome involvement and volunteerism of parents and grandparents.
- Guidance coordinator services begin
- Physical education classes are part of the curriculum
- Nutritious breakfast and lunch available, including free and reduced lunch program for those families meeting financial qualifications
- School nurse services available