Meadowbrook offers a Middle School for grades 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Students rotate among middle school teachers as they move from subject to subject. Placement for Math courses begin at the end of 5th grade allowing for students to be given the opportunity to take courses best suited for their individual strengths. These courses include Pre-Algebra, Algebra and Algebra 2. Students take courses in Science, Social Studies, Math, and Bible each year. In addition, courses such as Learning Enrichment Across Disciplines (L.E.A.D.), Art, Music, Computers, Spanish, Communications are also offered. Students are given the opportunity to participate in musicals, fine arts competitions, spelling bee, and various leadership opportunities. Students are also able to participate in Junior High soccer, basketball, and track. Individualized piano and voice lessons are also available.
Additional opportunities are given to students through our Dimensions Program. This program is designed to give students unique opportunities not typically offered in core class offerings. The Dimensions Program exists to both equip students with life and career skills that will benefit them in the future, and to engage quality community professionals with our student body. Sample offerings include classes in Middle School Family and Consumer Science, Astronomy, Worship Arts Technology, Praise and Worship Team, CPR and First Aid, and Speed and Agility. New Programs are being added each semester that are tailored to the needs of our students.