St. Timothy School utilizes a middle school model for grade 6-8, preparing the students for the types of courses and academic challenges they will face in high school. Students get the opportunity to take control of their courses while fulfilling all required coursework. This model also allows students to work cooperatively in advisories.
Each grade level has two homerooms within a departmentalized system. Middle school teachers each have a curriculum area of concentration within the core subjects, Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Spanish and Literature, allowing students to learn from specialists in a particular field of study.
Differentiated instruction is critical to student achievement. In mathematics a variety of courses are offered to insure that students are being appropriately challenged. These include Math 6, Accelerated Math 6, Math 7, Math 8, Pre-Algebra, Algebra and Geometry. Students also have the opportunity to choose from a list of electives, including history electives, robotics, and Junior Achievement each quarter, allowing them to expand their educational horizons.
Mrs. Nora Fernandez: Spanish (6th – 8th), (email)
Mrs. Jeanette Frey: Art (6th- 8th), Art Electives (6th) (email)
Mrs. Linda Gott: 8th grade homeroom, Religion (6th -8th) , Electives (7th -8th) (email)
Mrs. Jessica Kurtis: 7th grade homeroom, Literature (6th – 8th), Drama Electives (7th & 8th) (email)
Mr. Dan Raveia: 6th grade homeroom, Social Studies (6th – 8th) (email)
Mrs. Jennie Salinas: Music electives (6th-8th), (email)
Mrs. Alyssia Schwartz: 7th grade homeroom, English/Language Arts (6th – 8th) (email)
Mr. Chris Clark: 6th grade homeroom, Math (email)
Mrs. Katie Nash: Math (email)
Mr. Matt Susinko: PE Electives (email)
Dr. Nicole Testani: 8th grade homeroom, Science (6th – 8th) (email)
Mrs. Amy Lutter: Battle of the Books (5th – 6th), Library Electives (6th – 8th) (email)