Twin Oaks Christian School seeks to glorify God by nurturing spiritual growth, academic excellence, and servant leadership in an environment where each child is known and loved.
It is our goal to actively encourage and develop the relationship of the teacher to student, student to student and most importantly, student to Jesus Christ in the middle school setting. Thus, TOCS will work to disciple our students educationally, spiritually, and socially so that in all of our actions and attitudes we might image Jesus Christ. As we develop an atmosphere of holy love for our students, their families and for one another, students will feel secure and build a life-long foundation to strive for excellence to glorify God in all they do.
At the Middle School level, the core curriculum of Bible, history, language arts, math and science continues to emphasize instruction that allows students to see the world from a Biblical perspective and challenges them to develop their gifts for God’s glory. Co-curricular courses provide opportunities to develop other intelligences in art, physical education, and drama. Nine-week exploratory courses in computer applications, music, and life skills supplement the main classes to round out the student’s learning. Additionally, classes schedule field trips, class retreats, and social events to supplement the curriculum.
「Service and Leadership」
An attitude toward service and leadership is an important aspect of learning for middle school students. This is why our middle school students serve both the student body at various school functions and assist families in the local community who are in need. We begin our 6th and 7th grade year with a camp that builds relationships with teachers and students. This lays a foundation for the school year. The 8th grade year begins with the Alpine Tower experience to encourage students to overcome their fears and hesitations. We utilize the opportunity for off-campus education with field trips and periodic off-campus social events for our students that are age-appropriate. The Student Council is another way for 7th and 8th grade students serve their school community as leaders. These opportunities are offered to our students to teach proper behavior and to build community within the class.