Community Christian Middle School offers sixth through eighth graders the opportunity to develop their life in a nurturing Christ-centered environment. Students are encourages to grow spiritually, personally, and academically.
The Bible is considered as the basis for all truth; therefore, it is integrated into each subject area. Biblical based curriculum, from BJU Press and ABeka Book, is used in teaching all their classes.
Weekly chapels and Discipleship groups provide opportunities for all students to reinforce scriptural principles into their daily lives.
Middle School Program:
- Thorough grounding in math.
- Grammar and language skills.
- Involvement in Literature.
- Accelerated Reading Program.
- What it takes to write a research paper.
- Expanded understanding of the sciences.
- Vocal music.
- Computer classes.
- Biblical overview and chapel services.
- Biblical worldview in all subjects.
- Competitive sports.
- Foreign Language.
- Quality and Affordable Program.
Sixth Grade Outdoor Ed: is a program where the sixth grade students will attend a week at Camp IdRaHaJe in the Rockies. Mountain Lab School (MLS) is an outdoor education program where God is the emphasis and nature is the classroom. Instructors teach all the classes and activities which gives the teachers the opportunity to interact with their students in a whole new way.
History, Science, Culture Fair: During the third quarter, middle school students will participate in developing project with a report. The sixth graders will be dealing with world history, the seventh graders will develop a science project and the eighth graders have a project concerning U.S. history (in accordance with History Day projects). Art projects from the entire year will be displayed at the fair. The Fair is coordinated with the Parent Teacher Fellowship during the Spring Semester.
Spelling Bee: The middle school participates in the CCS Spelling Bee in the Fall and in the local ACSI Spelling Bell during the winter. CCS has had participants go onto the Regional Spelling Bee in the last three years. CCS is the host for the ACSI area Spelling Bee.
Middle School Field Day: Each spring, the Middle School will participate in a variety of activities which are design to teach the students about teamwork. The activities are held at the school and at a local park. The classes are intermixed into teams for a day of fun, teamwork, competition and praise.
Eighth Grade Activity: Each Spring, the eighth graders are given the privilege to spend day at Boondocks, Elitch Gardens or another park activity.
Eighth Grade Continuation: is an established tradition at CCS of promoting the Eighth Graders into High School. This tradition was established when the school did not continue beyond the 8th grade. Once the High School was created, the continuation was kept alive which gives the school an unique flavor in honoring the advancement of these young adults.