Our 6-8th grade students have the opportunity to work with different teachers through the departmentalization of various subjects taught at the middle school level. Science, religion, higher level math, and a variety electives courses are among the subjects departmentalized on our campus.
This departmentalization increases students' attentiveness and prepares them for their years in high school and beyond.
Encouraged to serve
From field trips to being in God's Word daily in class, our students are reminded of God's love and encouraged to see how their unique and varied gifts can be used to serve their Savior.
Taught to lead
Our 7th and 8th graders are given opportunities to grow in their leadership potential. They are trained to help our younger students with reading, lead "Cardinal Families," and are positive role models for the rest of the school.
While our 7th and 8th graders work and learn hard, they also have a great time with each other and the rest of their school family.
Students use collaborative activities to help each of them achieve success, as we know success looks different for different students.
Mr. Matt Lange
Mr. Lange has experienced ministry in parts of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and in Texas and has had the opportunity to teach various classes in grades K-8. Mr. Lange joined the Mount Calvary staff in 2021.
He enjoys many outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, and camping. His wife, Anna Lange, teaches 2nd grade at Mount Calvary.
262-547-6740 ext 119
Mrs. Alysa Balfour
After spending the majority of her life in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, where she also spent several years teaching third and fourth grades, Alysa Balfour relocated to Waukesha to join the faculty at Mount Calvary in 2019.
When she’s not teaching, she enjoys reading, shopping, being outdoors, and spending time with her husband and two daughters.
262-547-6740 ext 118
Mrs Heather Taylor
Mrs. Taylor teaches science to our upper grades as well as math for our middle grades.
Mrs. Taylor has previously taught in Eau Claire, WI, Cornell, WI and Hales Corners, WI.
When not teaching, Heather enjoys spending time with her husband and four children, watching her children play sports, coaching volleyball, taking pictures, reading, and gardening.