Classical Academy Middle School has an after-school sports program for 7th and 8th grade students. Depending on student interest and parent-volunteer coaches, sports change every six weeks. Practice and games are held once a week and include volleyball, flag football, soccer, basketball, cross-country, and track and field. Sporting teams compete with other schools in the North County Small School’s League.
ASB (Associated Student Body) students are leaders on campus and in the community. They are positive role models and put leadership skills into action, initiate positive changes, and promote community on campus. ASB meets after school most Thursdays from 3:15 pm – 4:45 pm.
Students attending Classical Academy Middle School have the opportunity to take enriching, educational, overnight class trips to Catalina Island and the East Coast. While attending CAMS, students also have the opportunity to participate in all-school field trips throughout the year. Past trips have included: The Wave Waterpark, Medieval Times, The Museum of Tolerance, California Science Center, Legoland, and Riley’s Farm.
Students are invited to participate in a vocal ensemble,, which meets throughout the school year. The ensemble performs in the community multiple times throughout the school year.
Band and wind ensemble are instrumental band programs offered to all middle school students. Students have the opportunity to learn flute, clarinet, alto sax, trumpet, trombone, baritone, or bells. Numerous performance opportunities are provided throughout the year.
The Classical Academy is well known for its Musical Theater program. Full stage productions are held in the fall and spring at The California Center for the Arts in Escondido. Over 60 students in grades 6-8 act, sing, and dance as they bring their best to the stage. Past productions have included Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, Annie, Willy Wonka, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and The Lion King.
Dance Troupe Jr.
During the course of the school year, students will explore various dance styles while making new friendships and learning new skills. Students will develop a lifelong appreciation for the art of dance as well as become more physically fit, increase muscle memory, gain strength, improve stamina, and increase flexibility while developing meaningful relationships.
Spring Art Show
Art Night welcomes students and their families to campus in the spring for an evening of artistic display. The evening includes food, games, an art show, and an interactive performing arts piece.
Super STEM Saturday
The Classical Academies annually hosts Super STEM Saturday, a science event that encourages students to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. This year’s STEM event will be held in March at California State University San Marcos.
Throughout the year, students will enjoy spirit days, school dances, snow day, CAMS in the Community, Scholastic Book Fair, book clubs, Annual Spelling Bee, Science Fair, History Fair, food drives, holiday door decorating, community service projects, Cohort Olympics, and more!