Middle School Program | Grades 6 – 8

Middle school is comprised of grades 6-8. In middle school, students branch out from the self- contained classrooms of lower school into a schedule that allows students to change classes and have different teachers throughout the day. In keeping with our school’s mission statement, middle school continues to teach the whole child through a rigorous academic program, appreciation for the arts and physical fitness, service learning, and valuing our spiritual awareness and Quaker principles. The schedule for middle school students provides a balance of core academic classes with enrichment classes. Students are also provided with a study hall/tutorial time twice per week, an advisory class once per week, and a devotional time every Friday where real-life situations are addressed with scripture reference. Students in middle school begin their day at 8:15 and conclude at 3:15.

Core Academic classes: Math, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies

Enrichment classes: Dance, Drama, Art, Music, Spanish, Computer

Math. There are two math tracks: standard and advanced. Students are placed in the appropriate math class on the basis of screening tests, classroom performance and standardized test results.

Advanced track: 6th grade (Pre-Algebra), 7th grade (Algebra I) and 8th grade (Advanced Algebra).
Standard track: 6th grade (6th Standard Math), 7th grade (Pre-Algebra) and 8th grade (Algebra I).

Athletic Program: The Kingrey Center houses a gym and the performing arts center. High Point Friends School is a member of the ISL Conference and participates in the following sports: soccer, flag football, volleyball, basketball and cross country. Co-ed teams are open to students in grades 5 – 8. Other conference schools are: B’Nai Shalom, Greensboro Montessori, Noble Academy, New Garden Friends, and The Piedmont School.

The Kingrey Center has two rock climbing walls: one 22’ in height for older students and one 8’ in height for younger students. An after school rock climbing club is available for middle schoolers.

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