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  • Extracurriculars Reflect Student Interests

    Getting Involved in Middle School
Middle School is an ideal time for students to explore and expand upon their individual interests. We recognize that our student body is a melting pot of backgrounds, strengths, and creative abilities. 
Our goal is help students hone their passions and serve as facilitators for their imaginations.

The majority of our clubs are student-proposed so they serve as an accurate reflection of our students. If a student has a particular interest or skill that isn't served by a current club, he or she can work with an advisor to create one. Depending upon the nature of the club, students and teachers meet during lunch, free time, or after school.

A few of clubs are staples to the Middle School; however, due to the fluctuating nature of student interest and leadership, clubs may not be the same from year to year. Some short-term clubs have included screenwriting, zombie apocalypse, mythology, and flag football.

A Sampling of Middle School Clubs

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  • Alternate History Club

  • Art Club

    Students are given the opportunity to work with the art teacher to further develop their art skills and create a variety of projects.
  • Basketball skills development

    Students learn and develop basketball skills, drills, and activities.
  • Chess Club

    Students learn to use multiple pieces to check mate their opponent, Chess notation, and when exchange of material is an advantage.
  • Coding and computer science

    Using Hopscotch, students learn logic and fundamentals. They will build a simple game, and learn coding and design concepts.
  • Girls field hockey skills development

    Players will learn the basic skills and techniques of field hockey.
  • Girls Intermediate Field Hockey Skills Development

    The 5th and 6th grade girls field hockey program will teach skills and practice drills, fun contests, rules, strategies, and inter-squad scrimmaging.
  • Golf and tennis

    This class creates a love for golf and tennis while having fun learning the fundamentals.
  • Juggling and magic

    Learn to juggle and perform magic tricks! Includes juggling balls and magic supplies.
  • Literature Club


    MATHCOUNTS, is a nationwide middle school mathematics competition held in various places in the United States. Its founding sponsors include the CNA Foundation, the National Society of Professional Engineers, and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Our middle school students have the opportunity to compete against area schools in individual and group competitions.
  • Robotics

    Middle School students are part of the Robotics team that competes annually in Fargo, North Dakota. Students design and promote their own robot that has to perform a predetermined task.
  • Student Council

    Leadership is an important skill we try to hone in students throughout their time at Maumee Valley. As such, student council members work together to make the Middle School a more engaging and fun environment for everyone. Tasks include putting on social events and suggesting new ideas based on peer demand. They also hold votes, generate discussion among students, and work with advisors to plan events.

MV Hawks Robotics Team

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  • Engaging Minds and Bodies

    Middle School Athletics Program
Our athletic program focuses on the participation and development of our student-athletes. We believe athletic opportunities help supplement the great education students receive in the classroom. Our coaches work to build teamwork, sound scheme, strategy, and skill but also work to develop real-life tools through sport. Our student athletes can take with them as they move beyond the walls of the Middle School. Students can participate in:
  • Fall sports: Cross country, soccer and field hockey
  • Winter sports: Basketball
  • Spring sports: Track and field
For a full schedule of upcoming Middle School athletics, visit the athletics calendar.

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  • Your Educational Journey Begins Today

    Welcome to Maumee Valley
    For more information contact us at or by calling 419-381-1313.
Maumee Valley Country Day School is the only PreK-12th grade accredited, co-educational, and independent school in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.