Middle School Academics (7-8)
Given the unique circumstances of the 2020-21 school year, essential standards by grade and by course have been identified as the most critical content students will learn by the end of the school year.
Middle School Advanced Academic Programs (AAP)
Fairfax County Public Schools provides a continuum of advanced academic services at the middle school level. Services provided to middle school students include Young Scholars, Honors classes, Level IV services, and the International Baccalaureate® (IB) Middle Years Program (MYP).
Middle School Career and Technical Education (CTE)
A core program of Career and Technical Education courses is offered in every middle school.
College Success Program
The College Success Program is comprised of four individual programs that provide college readiness, access, and success services to students who are traditionally underrepresented on college campuses.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Developing English Language Proficiency and Content Understandings
Middle School Family Life Education (FLE)
Family Life Education (FLE) curriculum for grades 7-8 builds on information learned in late elementary school.
Fine Arts - Middle School
The Fine Arts program encourages each student to discover value, vision, and voice.
Health and Physical Education
The health and physical education program encourages mental and physical wellness for all FCPS students.
Mathematics - Middle School
Middle school mathematics classes provide a solid foundation for future studies.
Social Studies - Middle School
Students learn about U.S. history and civics as part of the middle school social studies curriculum.
Special Education Instruction
Programs and services that meet the unique needs of students with disabilities.