John L. Coble Faculty embrace the opportunity to expand on the elementary foundation with additional spiritual, academic, and social experiences.  Walking alongside students in their spiritual journey, students are encouraged to put their faith in action through leadership in weekly chapels, participation in Bible study, and service opportunities that immerse the child in character building experience.  

High academic expectations and guided inquiry are hallmarks of the academic experience of middle school.  Teachers and staff encourage students to reflect on choices, outcomes, and set goals that stretch them in all areas of their lives.  As pre-teens, students and families can choose a wide variety of activities to try as they explore God's calling on their lives.  Experiences include: Bell Canto (traveling choir), band, yearbook, Student Association, and athletic teams, and spiritual retreats.

Families with children at this grade level can look forward to:

-Personalized note in weekly folder

-Weekly email newsletters with grade report

-Easy messaging contact with the teacher through ParentSquare

-Student led Parent/Teacher/Student Conferences

-Field Trip Opportunities

-Easy messaging contact with the teacher through ParentSquare


-Increased personal responsibility

-Organizational skills

-Independent study habits

-Leadership experience 

-Identification of personal strengths and weaknesses

Adventist Middle School Standards:

Middle School - Grade 6

Middle School - Grade 7

Middle School - Grade 8

Middle School Exploratories


Music - Choice of Band, Choir, Bells




Middle School Supplemental Technology Programs

Language Arts

  • Accelerated Reader
  • IXL
  • Duolingo
  • WPP - Writing Practice Program
  • Vocabulary/Spelling City


  • Online textbook
  • IXL
  • Dreambox
  • Khan Academy 


  • Google Suite for Education
  • Code Monkey