middle school

Pictured: David Goodrich  - B.S. History Education, Lee University, M.A. Curriculum and Instruction, Walden University

Pictured: David Goodrich  - B.S. History Education, Lee University, M.A. Curriculum and Instruction, Walden University

The middle school years are a crucial time of education; therefore, Perimeter middle school teachers use living books, narration, nature study, debate, math, science, history, the arts, and the Bible to develop analytical and creative, life-long learners.

Our teachers love middle school students and are experienced and equipped to help students grow and mature spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually. Our students are challenged to engage in the classroom, develop habits of responsibility and diligence, participate in athletics and/or the arts, serve others, and defend their faith with love and respect.

we work collaboratively with parents and teachers to lay a biblical worldview deep in our students by exploring the hidden mysteries of creation.

 
Academic Focus

Image-Bearers Equipped with knowledge & Truth
 

a strong Biblical worldview

Students begin to apply abstract thinking, logical reasoning, and argumentative writing to their talents. Students are encouraged to learn from struggles and failures and to give their best work for God's glory rather than performance.

analytical thinking

Our middle school teachers encourage student understanding by asking questions that challenge students to think critically. In every class, Socratic teaching and open discussions grow curious and confident life-long learners.

individual responsibility

Students take ownership of their work and are encouraged to develop good habits that propel them to success in high school and beyond. They learn to advocate for themselves through personal interactions with teachers.

 

Discover how Perimeter School supports the learning differences of its students.

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Parent Participation
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Growing in independence

Daytime commitments are generally shared between mother and father, and both parents are expected to attend evening commitments.

middle school

  • 4-6 Daytime Commitments - including Enrichment Days, service projects, parent/teacher conferences, pizza helper, prayer team, and graduation committee
  • 7-8 Evening Commitments - including classroom prayer meetings, campus meetings, rising grade-level meetings, and class trip meetings
Enrichment Days
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Where Learning Comes Alive

Enrichment Days allow parents to partner in transforming a variety of topics from simply educational to interactive opportunities to build relationships.

In all grade levels, parents and teachers work alongside each other in providing these exceptional learning moments. These activities happen on and off campus.

Enrichment Day activities can include field trips and classroom/grade-level/school-wide activities.

 

School Hours

schedule

Kindergarten: 8:20 AM – 12:10 PM (Monday – Thursday or Monday – Friday, depending on selection)

Pre-first – Second Grade: 8:20 AM – 12:10 PM (Monday – Friday)

Third Grade: 8:20 AM – 3:10 PM (Tuesday – Thursday) and 8:20 AM – 12:10 PM (Monday and Friday)

Fourth - Fifth Grade: 8:20 AM – 3:10 PM (Monday – Friday)

Sixth - Eighth Grade: 8:20 AM – 3:10 PM (Monday – Friday)

 

 
 

Wonder What your child will study?


 
Perimeter School students are more prepared, have better study skills, and are leaders in the classroom. They are more comfortable interacting with teachers. I can tell who the Perimeter kids are before they even tell me where they went to school.
— Public School Math Teacher
 

Want to learn more about Middle School at Perimeter School? Please contact our team and speak with someone today.