Middle school is an exciting, yet challenging stage in a student’s life. Students navigate their way through social interactions and at the same time seek to balance their academics and extracurricular activities. Our role is to provide a safe environment for them to learn and develop values such as respect, responsibility, integrity and care for other people.
Middle School Curriculum
We offer students a broad-based and balanced curriculum, and students take core courses in English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. Additional courses include Bible, Music, French, Art, Physical Education, Life Skills, and Information Technology.
Student learning is assessed in multiple ways to provide a comprehensive and accurate picture of your child’s learning. Students in Grades 6 – 8 sit for standardized tests (Iowa Assessments) with the aim of ascertaining how well students meet the academic goals for the grade level.
Opportunities for extracurricular activities include participation in performing arts, sports, and tournament of the minds.
As students transition into high school, they are given an induction in Grade 8 to prepare them for the next stage of their educational journey.
Titus was born and raised in Kenya. He began his career teaching at international schools in Nairobi before transitioning to teaching in the United States. He joined Heritage in 2012, where he taught secondary English and Social Studies. Titus has served as our secondary principal since 2018, and continues to meet individualized student needs in our growing campus.
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