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At Briarcrest Christian Middle School, it is our goal to intentionally invest in our students and families. The years spent in middle school are critical in adolescent development, and we are honored to partner with our families in all areas: spiritually, academically, athletically, and creatively. It is our hope that students will find their identity first and foremost in Christ while exploring all that Briarcrest has to offer.

Academically, we offer a robust curriculum that includes English, writing, math, science, social studies, and Bible each day. We place a strong emphasis on grammar, writing, and math to prepare our students for higher levels of education in the future. Our teachers are experienced, supportive, and know the needs of middle schoolers. 

Middle school is a great time to try new things, and there are numerous opportunities to do that at Briarcrest. Whether it is playing a sport, participating in a musical, or joining a school-sponsored club, each student has an opportunity to get involved here.  

In addition to our academic and extracurricular activities, Briarcrest Christian Middle School places a significant emphasis on equipping our students to be kind, honest, trustworthy, dependable, and servant-hearted. We prioritize instilling Christian values and traits into future generations while standing firm on Biblical truth. 

Each day in the middle school brings fun, excitement, and challenges. We invite you to come tour and see what makes Briarcrest truly special - the people!


Clayton Williams
Middle School Principal


During the early adolescent years, our qualified and committed teachers guide students through this changing period in life with challenging academic instruction combined with the development of critical thinking skills. Core subjects include language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, and Bible. Most core subjects are offered at a regular and honors level. We also offer studio art, music, foreign languages (French, Spanish, and Latin), and physical education.

Middle School students establish rewarding friendships important to self-esteem during several outings throughout the school year. Making new friends is easy during the grade-level retreats held at the beginning of the school year. In the spring, each grade sponsors an educational trip which reinforces study about our city, state, and national governments and our nation's Christian heritage.

Middle School students experience chapel services weekly, where they lead and participate in worship, as well as hear some of the Memphis area's finest Christian speakers and youth pastors.