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Discover Excellence in Middle School Education

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Establishing a Foundation

Since 1907, SMA has sought to educate students in a nurturing environment based upon Christian values. San Marcos Academy has a long history of providing excellence in academics with a curriculum that builds Christian character and leadership skills.

At the San Marcos Academy Middle School, we are committed to giving students in grades 6-8 every opportunity to learn by offering a challenging and rigorous curriculum, including fine arts, foreign language, and technology instruction. Character education is addressed through an emphasis on Christian values, daily Bible classes, and chapel attendance. Middle School students also have opportunities to develop socially and physically through participation in athletics and in a variety of extra-curricular and recreational activities.

The Academy Middle School program is designed to establish a firm foundation upon which students can successfully make the transition to the rigorous academic environment of the Upper School.

Note: For information on the registration process, including forms and supply lists, visit our Registration Page.

Program Features

Your child’s experience in the SMA Middle School will include the following:

Electives

All Middle School students will take band.

Devices

Smart tablets or laptops available for students to check out; additional technology provided in the classrooms

Leadership

Leadership opportunities provided through class officer structure and organizations such as National Junior Honor Society, Rec Club, and Leo Club.

Competitions

Opportunities for qualified students to compete in district and state-wide Academic and Art contests

Faith

Daily Bible instruction, twice-weekly chapel services, and other discipleship opportunities

Social Events

Students in grades 6-8 may attend Middle School social gatherings and dances

Language

Sixth graders will take Latin, while seventh graders will take Spanish. Eighth graders may choose between Spanish and Latin.

ALP

The Accommodated Learning Program is available for students with mild to moderate learning differences (additional fee)

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Middle School Expectations

Middle School students are expected to perform the following:

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