Middle School Model
Each class has a homeroom teacher.
Students keep their textbooks and supplies in a locker.
Classes rotate between teachers specializing in specific subjects.
Students choose their elective classes.
Students may participate in SSCS athletics (Cross Country Running, Volleyball, and Basketball).
Students can participate in extracurricular activities and electives including student council, yearbook, and drama.
Teachers engage students with middle-school friendly instructional techniques.
Thorough instruction in the language arts and mathematics.
Begin study of the Spanish language.
Students can qualify to compete in the annual ASCI Math Olympics.
Middle school retreats and field trips.
All middle school students take Bible classes.
The social studies curriculum focuses on world geography (6th), world history (7th), and Georgia and United States history (8th). The curriculum highlights key regions of our world, important events throughout history, and key leaders God has used throughout history.
The Spanish curriculum begins with a basic introduction to the language through the Rosetta Stone System for Schools.