In addition to our rigorous, all-encompassing academic program, we offer our Middle School students these opportunities to further enhance the curriculum as our students grow into successful young adults:
Middle School Class Trips
Sixth Grade - Pathfinder Trip
During this three-day, two-night program our Sixth Grade students study Florida’s ecology and their relationship with the natural environment. Students take part in multiple activities designed to increase critical thinking and ability to make healthy choices, strengthen bonds of friendships, trust, and mutual respect, learn conflict resolution, appreciate diversity, stimulate responsibility and positive self-esteem. They enjoy a variety of hands-on experiences like campfire circles, nature trails, and playing fields are some of the features included in this trip.
Seventh Grade - Disney Trip & Trip Itinerary & Travel Release Forms
Disney Youth Education Series programs take place in the information-rich setting of the Disney Parks to give students –and their teachers– a hands-on, educational adventure. This collection of guided field studies is accredited, standards-based and designed to reinforce the Lake Mary Preparatory School Science and Social Studies Curriculum. Students spend three days and two nights in courses including Principals of Animal Behavior (Animal Kingdom), Global Citizenship (Epcot), and History of Animation (Hollywood Studios).
Eighth Grade - Virginia Trip & Travel Release Forms
This trip is filled with glass blowing demonstrations, archaeological digs complete with artifacts. The students will also experience what life was like in Virginia in the 1700s. Guided tours of Williamsburg, the Luray Caverns, zip lining, hiking, shopping and evening campfires. They will also tour Thomas Jefferson's home in Monticello.