A special phase of school life begins when North Delta students reach Middle School, which includes grades 6-8. At this point, children begin to move through a seven-period rotation (and get their own lockers!). Because ND’s Middle School is departmentalized, our teachers can focus on their special areas of training and experience.
Each Middle School student takes courses in math, English, reading, social studies, and science. Students in the sixth grade receive training through a rotation of activities including weekly classes in Bible, art, physical education, library, and computer. Students in the eighth grade begin moving into either honors (four year college) or regular (community college) tracks, based on grades, standardized test scores, parental input, and personal goals.