Enriching Critical Thinkers

At Hyde Park Middle School, students develop their academic skills while exploring their talents and interests in an encouraging and supportive, Christ-centered environment. Small class sizes of 10-16 students, outstanding teachers, and a challenging college-preparatory curriculum make the difference in each student’s experience.

Truths are discovered and learning is enhanced with interactive and inspiring classroom approaches. Advanced courses in Math begin in 6
th grade and students at all grade levels are taught using pedagogical strategies geared toward college-level academics.

Hyde Park Middle School provides a strong student culture with outstanding leadership opportunities and excellent extracurricular programs. Athletics, fine arts, and academic competitions are designed to build character, instill discipline, and develop teamwork and leadership skills that carry over into the classroom and everyday life. Through spiritual retreats, weekly Chapel services, daily Bible classes, school-wide Day of Service, and our service week called GOweek, students transform into confident Christian leaders with a strong sense of self and a desire to serve others.

Middle School is a time of expression and development. At Hyde Park our students leave 8th grade confident and prepared intellectually, socially, and spiritually for the challenges of high school.



Middle School Leadership

List of 6 members.

  • Photo of Christopher Coy

    Christopher Coy 

    Head of School
  • Photo of Joaquin Guerrero

    Joaquin Guerrero 

    Middle School Principal
  • Photo of Sierra Pierce

    Sierra Pierce 

    Middle School Assistant Principal
  • Photo of Debbie Pakes

    Debbie Pakes 

    Middle School Counselor
  • Photo of Renee Becak

    Renee Becak 

    Executive Director of Academics
  • Photo of Kimberly Hanna

    Kimberly Hanna 

    Middle School LEAP Coordinator


Hyde Park Schools admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religious affiliation, to all rights, privileges, programs and activities available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, creed, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, scholarship, athletic, or other school-administered programs.