In support of our greater mission, MEI Middle School is committed to developing and equipping Christian servant leaders who are active and compassionate participants in the communities they serve. In the classroom, we emphasize the importance of accepting and serving fellow students, while community-based outreach initiatives help students develop essential discipleship characteristics.
Grade 7 students participate in a course in which they serve the community by working with organizations such as the Salvation Army, Tabor Home, MCC, Real Canadian Super Store and SPCA.
Grade 8 students have the option of taking a Leadership Class that has been designed to refine and develop practical competencies in this area. Students are also given the opportunity to apply what they’ve learned and gain valuable leadership experience through coordinating school-based events and serving as school ambassadors.
MEI Middle students participate in community-based outreach initiatives are ways to develop character and values through service to others.
Every Friday, students gather in the MEI Middle Auditorium for various events.
Students use their God-given musical abilities to participate on MEI’s worship team, inspiring and leading the student body in praise during chapel.