There is a three year rotation for middle school students. One year is a Neighboring Faiths curricula where students learn about the most common faiths around us including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. This is followed by a course called Popcorn Theology where students watch pop culture films that are tied to the monthly theme. They follow up the movie with discussions about the ethical themes and dilemmas of the movie. The third curricula in the rotation is the 7th-9th grade Our Whole Lives class which is listed to the left.