Middle School

American High School offers instructors from grades 6-8

The years that comprise a student’s academic experience in secondary school, the middle school through high school years, are unique periods in one’s lifetime. Middle school is the critical time of change; from childhood to young adulthood, challenges, opportunities, and a broad range of new experiences.

During these years, an essential aspect of human development that impacts a person’s future is education. To this end, American High School offers a multitude of academic options and programs for our students. It is essential to consider these options carefully and become familiar with the requirements for successful progression from middle school to high school and postsecondary education.


The sixth grade is usually the start of middle school with students typically in the range of 11 to 12 years of age. Grade 6 is when students are usually introduced to a new way of learning.


The Middle School grade 7 is the seventh school year after kindergarten and students are usually 12 to 13 years old. It typically forms the second year of middle school and is the next stepping stone for students.


The middle school grade-8 is the last year of middle school with students between 13 to 14 years of age. It is typically the final grade before high school and is commonly referred to as the eighth year of education.