The journey of a St. Andrew’s education culminates in the Middle School where students are continuing to develop higher level thinking and problem solving skills. We provide exemplary curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students including Language Arts and Writing Lab, individualized Math placement, and Science and Robotics. Students graduate from St. Andrew’s with high school credits including Biology, Algebra (some students will receive Geometry credit), World Geography, Spanish 1 & 2, Professional Communication, and Dollars and Cents. Our Middle School students continue to receive religion classes 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 high school and beyond.
- HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT
Five to six high school credit hours can be earned by our 8th graders in Biology, Algebra I, World Geography, Spanish 1, Spanish 2 (for those who qualify), Professional Communications, & Personal Finance.
- CLASS TRIPS
All middle school students participate annually in a grade level specific class trip. Past locations include, DC, New York City, and Heifer International.
- UNIVERSITY LEVEL CLASSES
Mini-mester Courses typically seen at a University level, students experience these courses at the end of each trimester.
- DIGITAL INDEPENDENT STUDY
Mentored by faculty, students have this option to explore courses not typically offered at St. Andrew’s.
- STUDENT LED MEETINGS
Students experience weekly meetings with a dedicated council or advisor.
- CHALLENGING COMPETITIONS
- Middle School Students participate annually in the Scripps Spelling Bee & National Geographic Bee, and PSIA Competitions.
Middle school students participate in Leadership roles in Chapel 3 times a week.
- HONOR SOCIETY
Qualifying Middle School Students apply and are chosen for the NJHS.
- LEADERSHIP TEAM
Middle School Students enhance their leadership skills both in and out of the classroom on the St. Andrew’s Leadership Team.