• Middle School
    Perhaps no other term defines the middle school age better than, "change." While many physical changes are visible to the eye, what is going on in the brain is much more dramatic. Middle school takes this into account, past elementary, but not quite high school. The tool build into middle school students is critical thinking or logic. Formal logic is taught and the principles applied to every core subject. Positive and meaningful relationships are also critical in middle school and many opportunities are created to build relationship development into the middle school experience.
  • Curriculum

    Bible 6, 7, 8
    Language Arts 6, 7, 8
    Language Arts and Humanities are taught as a block. Literature selections compliment the historical eras studied in each grade.
      Medieval History 6
      Early Modern History 7
      Late Modern History 8
      Propositional Logic 7
      Symbolic Logic 8
    Latin 6
      Math 6
      Math 7
      Pre-Algebra 7/8 (7th grade students may take with teacher & parent approval)
      Algebra I 8 (8th grade students may take with teacher recommendation & parent approval)
    Science 6, 7, 8
    Physical Education 6, 7, 8
      Keyboarding 6
      Keyboarding/Document Formatting 6
      Word Processing/Desk-top Publishing 8
      Skills 6, 7, 8
    Enrichment Courses
    Students must choose two of the three courses offered. Study hall is available with teacher and parent approval.
      Band 6, 7, 8
      Choir 7, 8
      Art 6, 7, 8 

  • "I chose SCS because it provides my children with a better education in a positive environment. The faculty is dedicated to their profession and are concerned with students' progress, development and well being. Education at Stillwater is much more than reading, writing, and arithmetic."
          -Dave, SCS Parent

    Middle School