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Middle School Curriculum Overview

South Baldwin Christian Academy’s curriculum addresses each area of development according to our mission statement – spiritually, academically, physically, socially, and emotionally.  Students are taught using an integrated approach with a team of specialized teachers working together to plan their program

Core Courses and Publishers Enrichment Classes
Bible – Bob Jones University Press
Math – Bob Jones University Press
English / Study Skills – Holt Rinehart Winston,
Institute for Excellence in Writing
Science  – Answers in Genesis
Social Studies / History – Bob Jones University Press

 

Art

Physical Education

After school Extra Curricular Activities After School Care
Individual and group music lessons (wood winds, strings, piano, guitar)

Drama
Jujutsu
Tennis
Crossfit
Ballet
Art
Tumblebus
Cheerleading
Impact (youth group like ministry for Middle and High School Students)

 

Study Hall  is available Monday-Friday until 3:30 for an additional $100 a month.

Students who stay for Study Hall enjoy:

Help with homework

Lunch time

Some outdoor free time

Academic Achievement:

The Stanford Test of Academic Skills is used to evaluate student learning.  Our students on average, scored at least two years higher than their grade level.