As students make the move into middle school, our experienced and dedicated faculty guide them through this academic period with stimulating and thought provoking academic lessons. Students in middle school are assigned a home room advisor and transition throughout the day to different teachers with subject matter expertise.
In order to create a more effective transition into middle school, our 6th grade students rotate through fewer classes and learn organizational skills to better equip them for the rigors ahead. Weekly chapel services are held apart from the lower grades with music and age-relevant messages designed to engage older students.
Students are challenged to understand and defend a Christian worldview to facilitate and entice learning among the varying levels and growth of this age group. Students also participate in the ACT Aspire test at the end of year as they prepare for high school and college placement exams.
To become thriving young adults, we believe that students must be presented with opportunities that aid them in their development of a Christian worldview.
Students are supported and guided to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior to reach their God-given potential.
It is through this gateway we believe students prepare to positively contribute and impact their lives and communities.
The middle school years are essential for the ongoing development of a strong moral character. Southeast Christian School supports and reinforces the value systems taught at home to guide students in becoming tomorrow’s leaders with Christian principles.
Prepared For The Future
We are proud to offer a middle school program that gives our students an opportunity to prepare for life and success in high school. Our middle school program started in 2001 and since then we have seen our graduates move on to succeed at many area private and public high schools.
We set the foundation for this success by giving our middle school students more freedoms, choices and responsibility around the school while at the same time providing them the mentorship necessary to cultivate integrity, honesty and respect. The path that students take as they navigate their way from childhood to young adulthood is filled with challenges, risks and exciting new experiences.
At Southeast, our middle school students make their way through this important life transition in an environment built around the teachings of the Bible and with the support of their families, peers and teachers.
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of participatory events are offered for middle school?
Participation in ACSI events such as Speech Meet, Spelling Bee, Math Olympics, Music Festival, and Art Festival. Service projects are scheduled quarterly to engage students in
What elective classes & opportunities occur at Southeast?
Art, technology, physical education, library, and music classes along with opportunities throughout the year for students to demonstrate the skills and accomplishments they have acquired in these subjects
How do you infuse spirituality into regular student life at Southeast?
How do I pay for my childs tuition?
There are two options to pay your tuition. You may pay your year’s tuition in full directly to the school on or before July 1st, or if arriving later in the year, prior to your child’s first day of class. Please note, we do not process payments via credit card. You may also pay monthly (July-June) through FACTS (our tuition management program) via automatic ACH transactions.
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