In 2014, Coyle and Cassidy added a middle school to our campus in order to offer a unique learning experience for students in Grades 6-8 by expanding opportunities in curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Grade 5 was added in 2018 in order to assist students in the transition from an elementary school environment to a middle school curriculum.
During the summer of 2019, our middle school facilities received a huge investment by adding a new middle school lab, Makerspace and robotics room, library and cafeteria. We are very proud to serve these students as they transition from elementary school to high school!
Coyle and Cassidy is proud to partner with the S.E.A.L. Foundation to offer special education supports for students who learn differently. Whether your child has an IEP or needs additional assistance, our dedicated Special Education department will expertly provide guidance on how your child can succeed.
In many cases, children with learning differences feel more comfortable in a smaller environment where they can receive personalized assistance. The Coyle and Cassidy Middle School’s nurturing and welcoming environment also encourages all students to participate and discover their God-given talents.
Middle School Athletics
The middle school athletics program is an integral part of the total educational-sports program, offering specific middle school sports as well as the opportunity to play in designated high school programs. The purpose of our middle school athletics program is to promote sportsmanship and fair play, while enabling our student-athletes to gain experience in selected sports. We have opportunities for middle school students to participate in:
- Cross Country
- Boys Basketball
- Girls Basketball
7th graders are eligible to participate in JV level programs for the High School, while the 8th graders are able to play any of the Varsity sports offered at Coyle and Cassidy High School.
Middle School Clubs and Organizations
The middle school Art Club provides students with the opportunity for exploration of art media. Students will be creating art work.
HS Art Club
Gr. 8 Only – Art Club provides the opportunity for visual artists to get together to work on current projects, or to develop new ideas using sketchbooks. It is also an opportunity for students not currently enrolled in art to continue their artistic development.
Middle school campus ministry students will plan prayer services, masses, and participate in service projects.
The middle school choir focuses on learning and performing music. This group fosters community building/collaboration.
HS Select Choruses – Gr. 8 Only
This is small all-women’s group that seeks to perform music of all styles at an advanced level.
Club Green/Recycling Club
The Green Club hopes to heighten awareness about our collective need to reduce waste. We help facilitate the proper disposal of items within the school and work to encourage other to do so.
Dance Team – Gr. 8 Only
This is an after school club for dancers (grades 8-12) of all skill levels and backgrounds! Students will perform in a February showcase and rallies.
Middle school students learn debate techniques, persuasion, and logic. Debate Team competes in the Massasoit League Speakers Union.
This club teaches students about theater and is a community builder. The group performs a Christmas play.
HS Drama Club – Gr. 8 Only
The drama program presents a play each November, ranging from a classical tragedy to contemporary comedy. Students will work together as actors and stage crew.
Since 1992, the Coyle Cassidy Food Pantry has provided grocery assistance for approximately 250 families on the last Saturday of the month. The Food Pantry’s simple mission is to help feed families with compassion and respect.
Journalism Club-Grade 8 Only
This club teaches the skills of journalistic-style writing, general writing quality, and carries on the tradition of the Warrior Word.
The Math Team is open to all middle school students who enjoy math, however, only 7th and 8th graders are eligible to complete in the Massasoit Math League Competitions. Meets take place during the school day. The first meet is in Rehoboth on January 26. The second meet is TBA.
National Junior Honor Society
The National Junior Honor Society recognizes outstanding middle school students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. This group challenges students to participate in school activities and community service.
Pep Band – Grade 8 Only
This group plays music at home games as well as rallies and some away games. They serve to build school spirit.
Photography Club – Grade 8 Only
To give young shutterbugs and opportunity to explore photography techniques.
To learn how to design, build, and program Lego Robots and STEM related projects.
This club helps to market the Warrior pride. Student Ambassadors are the face of Coyle and Cassidy at on campus and off campus events! You may be called upon to work Open House, give tours, visit area schools, or host a “Warrior for a Day.”
Middle School Student Council is an organization responsible for fostering the growth of school spirit as well as the school mission.
World Language Club – Grade 8 Only
To promote an appreciation for a variety of world cultures and languages
To produce the middle school yearbook that serves as an archive of the school year.
TUITION AND FINANCIAL AID
The Middle School tuition for the 2020-21 academic year can be found by clicking here.
Coyle and Cassidy Middle School families are eligible to receive needs-based scholarships through the Foundation to Advance Catholic Education (FACE). Applications are processed through the FACTS system, where documentation will be required and can be uploaded as a pdf:
- Copies of your most recent Federal tax forms including all supporting tax schedules.
- Copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Child Support, and Workers’ Compensation.
Documentation can also be faxed to 866-315-9264 or mailed to the address below. Please be sure to include your applicant ID on all faxed or mailed correspondence.
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment
P.O. Box 82524
Lincoln, NE 68501-2524
If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak directly with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637.