The Miriam College Middle School or MCMS was formed as a response to the unique needs of students in the pre-adolescent and adolescent age group. It is an engaging transition program that enables learners aged 11 to 13 years old to move gradually towards independent learning through a developmentally-appropriate mix of hands-on, collaborative, and technology-aided experiences.
MCMS houses the terminal level of elementary school (Grade 6) and the first two levels of junior high school (Grades 7 and 8). With its own set of administrators, supervisors, and coordinators, this unit works to provide a holistic learning environment that enables learners to be well-equipped for the challenges of the future. It produces students who are confident, cognizant of global issues, grounded in Christian values, and imbued with a sense of mission and purpose.