Middle School


The Montverde Academy Middle School division consists of Grades 6, 7, and 8.

At Montverde Academy's Middle School the faculty and staff are committed to developing the academic foundation and maintaining the excitement for education that was instilled at the lower grades. The Middle School curriculum is designed to foster maximum growth in the intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, physical, and cultural areas. Every effort is made to understand each student’s particular learning style. Teachers use visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile teaching methods in the classrooms in order to engage, motivate, and stimulate each student. Middle School students are expected to be more independent and accept more responsibilities as they grow. Middle School experiences are planned with the knowledge of where the students have been in the lower grades and where they will be going as members of the Upper School division.

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  • Sixth Grade Year

    During the sixth grade year, much emphasis is placed on the student’s need to develop a good academic background in the areas of language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science.
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  • Seventh & Eighth Grade Years

    During the seventh and eighth grade years, each student is offered a wide range of learning opportunities.
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  • Language Arts

    The comprehensive nature of the McDougal Littell Language Arts Program provides instruction in reading, grammar-syntax, vocabulary-spelling, and writing within the English objectives.
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  • Mathematics

    Our Middle School mathematics curriculum consists of courses in Math 6, Math 7, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra I (Honors), Geometry, and Geometry (Honors).
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  • Science

    Our science curriculum in the Middle School is both exciting and hands-on. The sixth grade course is a laboratory-based inquiry course in which students spend a considerable portion of their class time doing experiments to investigate first hand how nature behaves.
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  • Social Studies

    The 6th grade social studies course covers early history, ancient world, and geography of the Eastern hemisphere. Students will learn about the beginnings of civilization, the development of human history and migration, and evolution of civilizations and technology.
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  • Geography

    Our geography curriculum examines the Earth’s physical, cultural, historical, and political geography.
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Throughout the Middle School, students experience a variety of activities and curriculum related field trips are instituted to enhance the learning experience, foster independence, develop responsibility, and increase self-control. Much emphasis is placed on the student’s need to develop good organizational skills and study habits that will facilitate future success in the Upper School.