As they acquire new skills and knowledge, students in Grades 6-8 grade are challenged academically and intentionally discipled to encourage personal growth and maturity in their relationship with Jesus Christ and with others.
Our school day includes language arts, social studies, mathematics, science, Bible, physical education and various exploratories, such as arts and technology. Middle school students are trained and called to lead in both worship and service to others, as they participate in weekly chapels and serving opportunities.
Parents are key partners in helping students understand, appreciate and wrestle with the physical, intellectual, emotional and social changes that occur during these years. We believe in guiding students through this time in their lives by challenging them to seek biblical answers and choices.
Middle School Awards & Qualifications
“Henceforth there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to me on that Day, and not only to me but also to all who have loved his appearing.” 2 Timothy 4:8
At Christian Heritage Academy it is our greatest desire that whatever we do, whether in word or deed, that we do it all for the glory of God. Additionally, we recognize that “all that we have accomplished…You have done for us” (Isaiah 26:12). Thus, at the end of each school year, we recognize and give thanks to God for excellent works that have been accomplished by our students in the areas of academics and character development.
President’s Award for Educational Excellence
The President’s Award for Educational Excellence, sponsored by the United States Department of Education, recognizes academic success in the classroom. This award is given to the students that have at least a 90% ending cumulative average in the 6th and 7th grade years and the fall semester of 8th grade. These students must also have high achievement in standardized testing.
Qualifications: CHA is awarding students must have a 90% or higher cumulative grade average across 6th grade, 7th grade, and through the first semester of 8th grade at CHA. They must also have a 90% or higher composite score on standardized testing in their 8th grade year.
Scholastic Achievement Award
This Award is given to the 8th grade student(s) who have received a 95% and above grade point average during the 8th grade year by the end of the third quarter.
Qualifications: 8th grade student(s) who have received a 95% and above grade point average during the 8th grade year by the end of the third quarter.
Wayne Luecht Service Award
This award is given to three 8th grade students who quietly and consistently have shown a servant’s heart throughout the year. These students do things without being asked; often pitching in to do jobs that no one else wants to do. They serve behind the scenes, without seeking attention or glory.
Qualifications: 8th grade students and teachers submit nominations. A voting sheet is created with the top five nominees and all current teachers vote. The top two students will earn this award.
This award is given to the 8th grade student or students who best show the qualities we are working to develop in students here at Christian Heritage Academy. They show evidence of spiritual leadership, concern for others, school spirit and consistent academic effort.
Qualifications: For this award, we ask 8th grade students and teachers to nominate. A voting sheet is created with the top five nominees and all current teachers vote. The top two students will earn this award.