Fort Worth Christian School faculty seeks to educate the whole student. Middle School activities include not only instructional classroom time, but also opportunities for service and spiritual development, as well as athletic and academic competitions. The middle school provides a bridge from the highly structured lower school grades to the upper school level where there is a greater emphasis on independent learning and higher expectations.

All students have the opportunity to take the following electives during their middle school years: Band, World Drumming, Strings, Chorus, Art, Speech and Drama, Technology, Home Economics and Spanish. In grade 8, they may take Spanish, Latin or Technology for upper school credit.
Students attend a daily chapel time as well as a Bible class. Opportunities for community service exist throughout the year. Recognizing that all of one’s life should be lived to bring honor to God, all activities are viewed with a Christian perspective whether in Bible class, on the playing field, or raking leaves for an elderly neighbor.
Many learning experiences take place outside of a classroom. The 6th graders go to Arkansas for a service oriented trip; 7th graders take a class trip to Big Bend National Park. These students have the opportunity to camp in the outdoors and enjoy God’s beauty. Eighth graders travel to Washington DC and New York City to visit the places studied in history and learn more about the founding of our country. Students also try out for various academic competitions from area spelling bees to statewide academic meets. Students have opportunities for leadership positions in Student Council, National Junior Honor Society and cheerleading.