ES: 775.322.0274   MS: 775.323.2332   HS: 775.829.4601    info@coralacademy.org 

Registration/Payments/Lab Fees
6th Grade Self-Contained Classroom Interest Form
Intent to Return Form
Math Matters Signup
Uniforms (Middle School Color: Hunter Green + P.E. Uniform)
Infinite Campus (Parents & Students)
Infinite Campus (Teachers)
Middle School Teacher Websites
Middle School Clubs List
Middle School Tutoring
Middle School Supplies List
Middle School Parent Night Powerpoint
Middle School Handbook 2017-2018
Middle School Appearance Guidelines
Official CAS Calendar 2017-2018
Official CAS Calendar 2018-2019
Enrollment Lottery Process
Community Pop Warner Signups
Lunch form through Feb. 23rd 2018
Lunch form through Mar. 9th 2018
Middle School
 
Coral Academy of Science Middle School proudly serves students in 5th-8th grade. We believe in an engaging, rigorous curriculum that is focused on STEAM education. We are able to build strong relationships with our students and parents by limiting our class sizes to 25 or less students. We are committed to a diverse learning environment where everyone feels safe.




Awards & Honors
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The Millennial Falcon Lego Robotics Team at the Middle School won 1st Place for Most Innovative Solution in the Northern Nevada First Lego League Championships. We were also invited to submit our project for review for the First Lego League Global Innovation Award - we hope to know if we have been selected around April 23rd. 20 Teams will be chosen with potential for $20,000 first place prize or 2nd and 3rd will receive $5,000 award. 1-27-2018
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National Geographic Bee winner for Coral Academy of Science middle school - Jakub Blach, 5th grade student 1-25-2018
He was part of the Geographic Bee Club
2018 Scholastic Arts Awards Middle school prizes: 4 gold key winners, 7 silver key winners and 12 honorable mentions. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation's longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7-12. Last year, across the US, students submitted more than 330,000 works of visual art and writing to the Scholastic Awards; more than 90,000 works were recognized at the regional level and celebrated in local exhibitions and ceremonies. 1-01-2018
8th grade students in this photo from MS are: on the left, Genevieve Dierenga and on the right, Abbyrose Gerlits
Coral 8th Grader Vedant Malhotra is the world's second youngest person to create, develop and sell an "app" on the Apple App Store at 11 years old. 9-1-2016
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