Our middle school teachers have been especially chosen on the basis of a personal commitment to Jesus Christ as well as their unique teaching skills and passion for Christian education. Each is certified by the state of Michigan and committed to our school mission of challenging minds and lives for Christ.
Each year, Hudsonville Christian School picks a theme to guide students’ spiritual development. This year’s theme, “One Body”, comes from Romans 12:4-5, “For just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ, we, though many, form one body, and each member belongs to all the others.“ During this year, it is our prayer that God’s faithfulness and unfailing love will be shown and shared as we unite as”One Body” with our students, staff and community.
HCS Middle School students may choose from an impressive array of academic, athletic and fine arts extracurricular programs, including:
- Interscholastic and Intramural Sports
- Math Pentathlon
- Yearbook Staff
- 8th Grade Play
- Robotic Club
- Brain Busters Game Club
For more specific information about individual extracurricular activities, please refer to the Extracurricular tab.
Our Middle School program is designed to challenge and nurture the individual, God-given talents of students in grades six through eight. Our curriculum is aimed at developing the whole child as a social, emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual being, created in His image. Because we are committed to integrating faith into every aspect of learning, the Reformed Perspective enriches all our academic classes as well as our fine arts and athletic programs.
We understand that God’s children have unique strengths and weaknesses and offer differentiated instruction to meet their individual needs. Students can take advantage of a full range of learning opportunities, from remediation to options for accelerated learners.
In Partnership with Parents
Hudsonville Christian Middle School teachers recognize the importance of parental involvement and communication. They welcome email communication from parents and invite parents to volunteer to help out with special events like field trips and parties.
We also communicate through a weekly home bulletin, called The Home Communicator, which includes school news, announcements, and upcoming events. It is sent home via email each Tuesday to each family. If you would like to receive a paper copy, please call the school office.
The Spotlight is issued several times each year to inform the broader HCS community of school news and events.
The Middle School Handbook provides school information and policies.
Parents also have convenient, web-based access to students’ academic information and records. Through RenWeb, parents (and students) can securely access grades, report cards, class schedules and attendance information.