When you step onto the Middle School campus, you feel a vibrant energy that's hard to miss. Middle School can be a challenge, but at Crystal, understanding, caring friends and teachers will champion you to become your very best self. It's a great place to start building your future.
Be Challenged, Be Supported
The vibrant learning environment pushes you to tackle challenges and celebrates your academic successes. You're part of a community that loves learning and adapting, making it an excellent place to grow. Here, you meet students full of potential like you, and we celebrate each other. You are not alone on this journey of academics and self-discovery. Your peers, teachers, and community are here to support and encourage you.
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Clubs in the Middle School
A Place for Curious Minds
The academic programs offer diverse options that allow you to study with friendly and curious classmates who are as interested in the topics as you are. There is a culture of cooperation and collaboration, with everyone working towards a common goal of academic excellence. The lessons are designed to transform your learning experience and encourage you to think critically and creatively. Crystal is also committed to fostering strong connections between students and faculty, making this a place where your passions can flourish.
Get ready to be your best self in a world as diverse and inclusive as the school you’re joining.
“I’m excited to go to school every morning and be on teams with my best friends!”
Sam D, Class of ’28
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Culture of Try It
A culture of try it
Every interest is valued, and every pursuit is an opportunity to explore, learn, and grow. You are empowered to try it at Crystal—to delve into diverse opportunities and activities within a dynamic, safe learning environment. Explore your Options
Challenged & Championed
Explore the Crystal Campus
Open, airy, and modern, this campus embraces the spirit of Crystal.
As a middle school student, you are assigned a dedicated advisor for the year who will serve as your go-to support system. You will have advisory meetings twice weekly, providing valuable one-on-one time for personalized guidance. The intentional design of small advisory groups ensures that you can foster meaningful relationships with your advisor, creating a supportive and encouraging environment for your overall growth and success.
Homework gives students a meaningful opportunity to practice, apply, or preview content. In middle school, students should expect to spend an average of 45 minutes per week per subject on homework in 6th grade, 60 minutes per week per subject in 7th grade, and 90 minutes per week per subject in 8th grade.
To ensure balance in your daily schedule, athletics are scheduled either after lunch or during the final period of the academic day, with some games potentially extending after regular school hours. This ensures that both your academic responsibilities and athletic pursuits are accommodated.
Nondiscriminatory Policy: Crystal Springs Uplands School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
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