Private Christian Middle School

Academics

Our middle school students interact in an eight period class schedule day. Our Middle School is completely departmentalized.

 

High School Placement

Concordia’s Middle School goal is to prepare our students to be successful in high school and college. We want our students to be eligible to take Honors and AP classes in high school.  We focus on helping them improve their critical thinking skills and writing skills.

 

Electives

We believe that students possess many gifts and talents and we desire to see them developed. Concordia offers classes in studio art, music, physical education, technology, and Spanish. Students also can take Journalism, Stage and Scene, Living Literature, Spanish Club, Teen Living, Gardening Club, Handbells and Concert Chorus.

 

Faculty

Our middle school teaching staff are state licensed teachers with a passion for helping young people achieve the highest levels of success. Additionally, their personal commitment to the Christian faith allows them to provide counsel, leadership, and encouragement to their students.

 

Academic Incentives

Middle School students are recognized for academic excellence with Principal’s List & Honor Roll certificates each quarter. Students can also qualify for the Crusader Card program,which recognizes students who have upheld or have had great improvement in their studies and have met all requirements set. Student who receive a Crusader Card get a scheduled “Crusader Dress Day” once a week, throughout the year where they can wear a relaxed dress code.

What Parents Are Saying

“My son, a 4th grader at Concordia, told me, "my teacher walks closely with the Lord." The administration and staff at Concordia seek to know and encourage each child and family individually and intentionally while consistently pointing to Christ and His values. We are praising God that our children can grow spiritually and be stretched academically in such a safe and loving environment!”

My Concordia Story

My daughter, Danielle, started Concordia in the third grade before the building was built that exists today. She had been in public school before, and the difference was overwhelming. 
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