Throughout the school year, Middle School students are involved in many activities through their academic courses. They also have the opportunity to become involved with clubs, trips/travel, and extracurriculars in their free time including the following:
- Robotics Club
- Speech Team
- Chess Club
- Spelling Bee
- Circle the State With Song
Middle School Musical
Students in grades 5-8 may participate in the annual Middle School musical. Tryouts take place in January, and the performance is staged in March. The cast and crew typically number 60-100 students.
This series of social events provides students in grades 5 and 6 with opportunities to cheer on the 5/6 athletics teams. Events are held on various dates throughout the sports seasons and include a light supper, games and cheering.
Socials occasionally are held on Friday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. for students in grades 7-8.
This afternoon of games, food and fun for all fifth and sixth graders is held after school in October.
This winter carnival is a fundraiser organized by the fifth and sixth grade advisories benefiting community organizations of their choice.
Students participate in a variety of field trips to special sites in Fort Wayne and beyond. Some trips have become part of the curriculum* and are sponsored yearly.
Toledo Museum (fall)*
Cave exploration, southern Indiana (fall)*
Camp Tecumseh (three days/two nights in the fall)*
Washington D.C. and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, (four days in the fall)*
France or Mexico - (alternating years/nine days at Thanksgiving)
Middle School Ski Trip (winter, one day)