Academics
Middle School

Extracurricular Opportunities

In Middle School, we believe a student learns as much about their world and themselves outside our classrooms as they do within them. Therefore, we offer multiple extracurricular opportunities for students. The Heritage School offers both developmental and interscholastic sports programs.  Middle School sports that compete interscholastically  beginning in sixth grade, include football, soccer, softball, tennis, cross country, cheerleading, track and field, baseball, and swimming while volleyball and basketball teams are composed of 7th and 8th grade students.  Our offering  of developmental programs  continues to expand and now includes the sports of: flag football, cross country, volleyball, and dance team in the fall,  basketball in the winter, and soccer in the spring.
 
Middle School students have the opportunity to join various clubs throughout the school year. Clubs may meet before school, after school, or during the school day. Clubs open to Middle School students that meet before and after school include HYPE (Heritage Youth Performance Ensemble), the Math Counts Team, Builders’ Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Athletes’ Leadership Seminar, the Student Government Association, and Pep Club. Middle School students have a choice of over a dozen different student-designed clubs to attend during Friday Activity Time. These include Computer Programming Club, Middle School Newspaper Club, Spanish Club, Science Lovers’ Club, Outdoor Survival Club, Field Game Club, and Creators’ Club.
 
If you have questions about extracurricular club opportunities for Middle School students, please contact Nathan Watts, Middle School Head, at nwatts@heritageschool.com or 678-423-5379.

If you have questions about extracurricular athletic opportunities for Middle School students, please contact Rusty Evans, Middle School Athletic Director at revans@heritageschool.com or 678-423-5377.