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Middle School

Get ready for some amazing years of discovery, growth, increasing independence, bold steps, and outright fun!

At Oaks Christian, we embrace the energetic "middle years," knowing these are formative years full of potential and tremendous growth! During this transformational period, we help students develop discernment and personal responsibility as they become self-directed learners. They will feel a sense of belonging here as they know they are seen by loving and caring faculty and staff.

Our faith-integrated curriculum supports students as they grow physically, academically, socially, and spiritually. The courses help students to think independently, impartially, critically, and creatively. The innovative architecture of the building makes use of grade-level pods, providing students with a smaller school setting and a safe and secure environment.


Middle School Opportunities

Grade Level Retreats

Each grade level in middle school has their own unique overnight retreat to beautful locations such as Catalina Island, the Kern River or nearby at the outdoor Salvation Army Camp. These special times create class bonds and opportunities for personal and spiritual growth.

East Coast Adventure

At the end of their middle school years, eighth-grade students experience the annual East Coast Adventure. From Boston’s historic Freedom Trail to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, students, chaperones, and teachers will explore our nation’s history. Filled with memories, this is a unique opportunity for the students to be together one more time as a class before moving on to high school.

Hearts for Service

Middle school students, including students in the lower grades (fourth and fifth) have the opportunity to participate in class service projects throughout the year such as preparing Christmas boxes for children globally through Operation Christmas Child, packing food boxes through The Children's Hunger Fund, and partnership with the James Storehouse Foundation to help children in foster care.


Our eighth grade leadership board serve as “buddies” and positive Christian role models for our fifth-graders. Throughout the year, student leadership organizes activities to do with fifth grade that enrich the student’s experience.


Departments and Curriculum

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