Middle School

Middle School consists of grades six, seven and eight. Our middle school students are ready to dive into concepts and explore new and innovative techniques for learning. In addition to offering small classroom sizes with a student-teacher ratio of 8:1, we offer a wide range of electives and individualized learning opportunities that are part of our student curriculum. Learn more about the financial investment information for Middle School, including tuition and fees. Part-time enrollment is also available for home-schooled students in grades 6-8.


As students get older, often times they begin asking questions about their faith and who they are in Christ. At Faith Christian Academy, students will experience a vulnerable environment where questions are welcomed. Beginning the day with devotion and prayer, encourages students’ behavior towards learning and assists them with having a positive attitude. Middle School students attend chapel services at least twice per month and have a biblical studies class beginning in sixth grade and spans through twelfth grade (content relevant to age).


Our middle school curriculum includes the four core academic disciplines: math, language arts, social studies, and science. These courses are covered in thematic units that address the major content and skills appropriate for each grade level. Bible study is incorporated into these disciplines as well. Outlet-Elective classes include physical education, health, computer/technology, and Spanish. Our focus revolves around many different curriculum avenues which include state, national, home school, and other private school curricula.

The curriculum also meets the Georgia Accrediting Commission criteria for program of studies. Each grade within the middle school is equipped with academic “targets,” which assist our teachers and families in pin-pointing strengths and weaknesses. To complement our curriculum, students are exposed to study trips, interactive online activities, guest speakers, manipulatives, and much more.


Middle School has many opportunities to get involved– there’s always something for everyone! In addition to monthly Saint’s Service Projects, Middle and Upper School students volunteer their time at local organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity ReStore and Clarkesville Kiwanis events. Giving back to the community is real for Middle School students, and they are exposed to individuals who have different backgrounds and abilities– making it truly a memorable experience. Using our minds and hands for service allows Middle School students to experience true learning.