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Middle School

Young adults are naturally inquisitive and thrive in an engaging learning environment that propels their desire to take ownership over their own learning.  Rooted in God's truth, Sussex Christian School provides rich, hands-on learning experiences for students to actively investigate and become stewards of God's world.  Activities and materials are offered that meet the growing and diverse needs of the teenage students by providing daily opportunities for them to mature intellectually, spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically.

Sussex Christian School's Middle School program provides a rigorous and diverse academic foundation for accelerated learning while teaching future leaders how to actively love Jesus, to love each other, and to think critically about the world around them.  We offer a variety of extracurricular programs and activities in Athletics, Fine and Performing Arts, STEAM, and many more.

At Sussex Christian School, our Middle School program will help your child to:

  • Become proactively aware of God in our world

  • Show love for God and each other through stewardship, compassion, and sportsmanship

  • Achieve a positive self-image as one created in God's image

  • Learn to accept and respond to others with kindness and understanding

  • Build advanced writing, presentation, mathematic, and investigation skills

  • Grow spiritually in fellowship, responsibility, and leadership

  • Develop attitudes that support the love of learning, problem-solving, and a Christ-centered community

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  What extra-curricular activities are offered?

A:  Sussex Christian School typically offers co-ed soccer in the fall, boys and girls basketball tams in the winter, and co-ed track and field in the spring.  Students in grades 5 - 8 may participate in our athletic programs.  Seventh and eighth grade students perform a Junior High musical in the spring of each year.  Tutoring and clubs are interest-based and subject to availability of volunteers.

Q:  How does your curriculum academically challenge and support all types of students?

A:  We offer Algebra 1 as an option for 8th graders and opportunities for advanced Language Arts classes.  Course offerings including keyboarding, STEAM, band, and foreign languages, vary by year, interest and enrollment.  Through the SCS Achievement Center, we offer Special Education services to students who qualify for supplemental instruction, replacement instruction, or in-class support.

Q:  Do you accept new applicants mid-year?

A:  Yes, we offer rolling enrollment throughout the school year.  Tuition is prorated based on the number of days remaining in the school year.

Q:  What are your class sizes?

A:  Average class sizes range between 10 - 15 students.  SCS strives to keep the student-teacher ratio low in order to provide personalized instruction and Christian mentoring.

Q:  Do you have uniforms?

A:  No, we do not currently have uniforms.  Our Student Dress Code is in place to maintain a culture of modesty for all students.

Q:  What is your technology policy?

A:  Each student in grades 5 - 8 is provided with a one-to-one laptop!  Students are expected to care for their device throughout their four years in Middle School and abide by the school's Technology Policy.

Students are not allowed to have cell phones in school.  If students must bring their phones to school, they will be turned off and given to the homeroom teacher for the duration of the school day.


We invite you to be part of the

Sussex Christian School Community

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