The journey of a St. Andrew’s education continues through the Intermediate School where students are continuing to develop higher level thinking skills, problem solving, and moving out of a self-contained classroom for their core academic classes. We provide Reading/Writing, Math, and Science everyday to our 3rd-5th graders. Social Studies is taught three times a week, and the Enrichment classes of Spanish, Technology, Art, and Music occur twice a week. Our intermediate students receive a weekly religion class, and attend Chapel three times a week as well. Our teachers focus on the different learning styles of our students, and work daily to prepare them for the Middle School Program.
- HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT
Five High School Credit hours can be earned by our 8th Graders in Pre-AP Biology, Pre-AP Algebra I, World Geography, Spanish I, Professional Communications, & Personal Finance
- CLASS TRIPS
Washington D.C. for 6th graders, Heifer International for 7th graders, and destination chosen for our 8th graders at the end of each school year.
- UNIVERSITY LEVEL CLASSES
Semester length elective courses typically seen at University, students receive a St. Andrew’s University diploma by completing six of these courses by the end of their 8th grade year.
- DIGITAL INDEPENDENT STUDY
Mentored by faculty, students have dedicated time every week to engage in self-selected topics of study.
- STUDENT LED MEETINGS
Student-led Community Meetings/Advisory/Mentoring. Weekly meetings for students with a dedicated counselor.
- CHALLENGING COMPETITIONS
Scripps Spelling Bee & National Geographic Bee for our Middle School Students.
For Middle School students, Chapel is offered three times a week.
- HONOR SOCIETY
National Junior Honor Society for our Middle School Students.
- LEADERSHIP TEAM
St. Andrew’s Leadership team for middle school students to enhance their leadership skills.