Middle School (Grades 6-8) curriculum is a strong academic preparation for high school. The curriculum is designed to promote the development of the whole person, academically, socially, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Students are encouraged to express their own ideas and develop their individual talents.
As your child enters middle school and begins their preparation for high school and beyond, it is important to recognize the ever-growing peer pressure and moral challenges that your child will be faced with on a daily basis.
Together, parents and educators have a responsibility to prepare them for those challenges. If affirmed, treasured, and supported by the loving witness of Christian faith communities, the child continues a lifelong response to God’s love in growing and excelling through responsible involvement in the academic, cultural, and civic concerns of daily life.
At Saint Ann Catholic School we’ve designed an atmosphere that celebrates and practices love for Jesus’ and our neighbors. Together, we are able to inspire self worth, discipline, and a deeper understanding of our life long goals and purpose.
Saint Ann Catholic School is an active member of the National Junior Honor Society and recognizes its guidelines.
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