Middle School Curriculum

The Middle School program offers courses intended to develop not only content knowledge but also critical, creative, and abstract thinking skills. Concordia Prep guides students to become respectful, responsible, and reflective students and citizens. By exposing students to a wide range of courses in the Middle School, Concordia Prep places an emphasis on the development of writing skills, analytic skills, and effective communication.

The Middle School years serve as a bridge between grade school and high school. It is vitally important during these three years of middle level education that students are prepared for the challenges of high school. Concordia Prep benefits students by instilling a spiritual foundation built upon the Rock of Jesus Christ.  With this foundation in place, our students are being equipped to go into ‘the real world’ knowing the true importance of faith, prayer and Christian friends.

Required Courses

Concordia Preparatory School offers a rigorous, age-appropriate curriculum for its Middle School students, which consists of core courses including religion, science, social studies, composition and literature, math, and health-PE. Students also take two enrichment courses per semester from the following options: art, music, technology, drama, public speaking, foreign language, problem solving, and fitness. Students are placed in the appropriate coursework based on a placement test, previous coursework, and teacher recommendation.

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  • Extended Day Program – EDP

    EDP is available for Middle School students from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm. Middle School students who are not picked up by 3:30 pm will be automatically sent to EDP. Either directly after school, or after your student is finished sports or fine arts practices, they can go to the designated EDP teacher and stay until you arrive by 6:00 pm.

    While in EDP, your child will receive a snack, homework assistance, and recreational opportunities in a fun, safe environment. The cost is $15 an hour and fees will be added to the student account each month through Tuition Management Service. Students who wish to remain on campus for sporting events must have their parents email Mr. Miller in advance at


Enrichment Electives

Enrichment and exploration are an important part of Concordia Prep’s middle school curriculum. Because of the eight-class “drop schedule,” middle school students can complete all core academic subjects and select from a variety of enrichment electives. The enrichment courses are generally one-semester in length and are designed to provide students the opportunity to explore various interests and disciplines. Many electives are offered each semester. Band and Spanish are full-year enrichment electives. Course offerings vary depending on student interest and faculty availability. Much effort is given to providing selections from many different disciplines. Enrichment classes can vary but generally include include Art, Grammar, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Theatre, Coding, Robotics, Engineering, Strength and Fitness, Public Speaking.

Middle School Athletics

Middle School students are encouraged to be involved with the outstanding athletic tradition at Concordia Prep. Athletic competition for Middle Schools is available during the fall, winter, and spring seasons. Current teams include baseball, basketball, cross country, flag football, lacrosse, soccer, softball, and track and field. Visit the team pages to learn more (link to team pages).

Middle School Clubs

Concordia Prep offers a variety of clubs each year based upon student interest. Clubs meet bi-monthly during the school day and after school. Below is a sampling of clubs for the 2022-2023 school year. Students are encouraged to suggest new club ideas to the administration.
  • Aquaponics
  • Art
  • Drama
  • Latino Culture & Exploration
  • Lego
  • Movie
  • Music Exploration
  • Robotics
  • Wellness