"Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity."
1 Timothy 4:12
BSBA middle school provides a caring environment to help our students flourish during these formative years. The middle school is located in its own building and has both a computer lab and a high school quality science lab. Our beautiful facility has an indoor gymnasium, extensive outdoor sports fields, state of the art kitchen (which provides hot lunches), video room for a “morning show” and a media center.
In our middle school, we strive to provide a safe learning environment with an emphasis on developing Christian character. We seek to teach Biblical truth and help students learn to apply these truths to build relationships and to navigate the middle school years.
The curriculum is rigorous to prepare students for honors and AP high school coursework. Advanced courses are offered in math and science for students. Eighth graders can take high school courses in math, science, Spanish. In addition, through our partnership with FLVS, 8th graders can take high school courses online, such as Leadership and HOPE. Our STEM program offers robotics classes for 6th and 7th graders. Students who are interested in robotics may choose to become a member of our FLL team and participate in area competitions.
Middle School Highlights
- Weekly chapels, Spiritual Emphasis Week
- Competitive Sports Program
- Field trips such as Nature’s Classroom, Pathfinders
- National Junior Honor Society
- Friday clubs
- Service Projects
- 8th grade trip to North Carolina
- ACSI Competitions: Math, Speech, Spelling
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Below is an overview of the subjects for the sixth...
Below is an overview of the subjects for the seventh...
Seventh grade World History begins with the study of the creation and follows the Biblical thread of history through the Cold War. Study skills include reading comprehension, geography skills, and cooperative learning projects. The course also looks at the heritage that the United States inherited from European countries. The class will also explore local and worldwide current events to help develop the realization that today’s news is tomorrow’s history.
Below is an overview of the subjects for the eighth...
8th grade American history begins with the early exploration of the western hemisphere and concludes with significant events of the 21st century. This class also includes an introduction to American civics, the study of the 3 branches of government and the American election process. This unit is an effort to prepare students to become active participants in a democratic society. This course also includes a study of the role of the United States in major world events.
Students will develop independent study skills as well as working in groups, completing research projects, and giving oral presentations.
Middle School Faculty
6th, 7th & 8th Grade
6th Grade Teachers
7th & 8th Grade Teachers
BSBA 7th World History
BSBA 8th American History
See bio under 6th
BSBA Athletic Director