Middle School

Growing in Knowledge & Character Everyday

The Middle School strives to provide a learning environment which both challenges and nurtures our students during early adolescence.

Small Class Structure

Within our small, cohesive community, MCS teaches our students the content and skills necessary for later academic success while encouraging them to ask questions, seek creative solutions, and take risks as a part of learning.

Dedicated Teachers

Our teachers feel called to MCS and are dedicated, passionate, and living examples of a true stewards of Christ. Our teachers are in cooperation with parents to meet individual needs and to instill good study habits, self-motivation, and responsibility to God, community, family, and self.

Christian Atmosphere

MCS is committed to providing excellent Christ-centered education with numerous opportunities for students to be well-rounded, confident, and prepared to use their spiritual gifts for Christ. Education is important but placing an emphasis on one’s character is even greater.

Friendships That Last

Christian friendships are important for middle school students. The influence of the right friends encourages and provides support in every aspect of life especially during the teen years.

Excellent Education

Technology is changing every day and so is the way we live. It is the goal of MCS to research and update educational tools, resources, and textbooks to better EQUIP our students for a future of success. MCS uses BJU in every core subject except Bible. It gives us the ability to create and modify the curriculum to meet the needs of every student.

Extracurricular Activities

Beyond academic success, extracurricular activities are a time when students define their identity along with being creative, building character, and having a blast.  Our electives and activities consist of male and female sports, visual arts, creative arts, community service, and much more.

6th Grade

What Makes Our 6th Grade Unique?

Mrs. Phoebie Heustess

Hands On Learning

– Mrs. Heustess uses hands-on-learning to encourage critical thinking skills along with creativity. Students don’t always think the same way which is why the hands-on-learning approach significantly helps each student succeed.
– Students learn how to think critically about the subjects they study every day. Education isn’t about knowing facts. It’s about learning how to use information.
– Students also have fun. It can be as simple as turning the desk in a different direction or having teams in the classroom that enhance learning to be more successful.

7th Grade

STEM-Biblical Perspective

Mrs. Anna Conner


– Mrs. Conner uses her creative skills to create STEM assignments for her class to participate in each Friday. A large variety of approaches encourage students to deepen their critical thinking in a fun way.
– Students are given more responsibility as they are given school lockers and have different teachers for History and English.
– Group projects, culinary arts, daily PE, choir, performing arts, and chapel services are part of each student’s weekly schedule.
– Biblical perspective curriculum and a Christian environment is very beneficial especially at this age. Students adapt their own perspective on life and begin to shape who they are. Having a Biblical perspective curriculum and a Christian environment is very beneficial as students mature.

Middle School

8th Grade

Mrs. Amy Lee

Bridge to High School

As students finish middle school and start preparing for high school, each student begins to set up a foundation of what they have learned.
– Students meet with our guidance counselor to set their future for success.
– By the end of the year, students are confident as they bridge to their next four years of high school.
– Students participate in PE, choir, culinary arts, performing arts, and much more.

Extracurricular Activities


At MCS we not only have an excellent curriculum, qualified educators, and a Christian environment, we also have a large genre of extracurricular activities that our students can participate in. Click the icon below for more information.


Students participate in weekly chapel with guest speakers, music, prayer, and games.


Middle school can participate in JV sports which are: TRAP, 5stand, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, & Cheerleading.

Electives & School Wide Activities

Everything from Culinary Arts to Spirit Theme Days, MCS always has something for everyone.

Educational Outings

Charleston, Columbia, and many other historical locations are always a favorite to the middle school students.