As Part of the Middle School student life, events are scheduled that help foster the students’ social growth with both the Rosslyn Community and larger local communities.
The middle school students elect a student council each year with members from each grade level. The student council organizes school social events such as the middle school lock-in and middle school banquet. Also, the middle school sports, music, and drama programs bring students together in settings outside of the classroom where they can explore similar interests together.
Away from the Rosslyn campus, students also have opportunities to build relationships with the local people. The CFS (Cultural Field Studies) program is one opportunity where students learn about Kenyan life, interact with locals, build camaraderie and gain various skills.
There are also a number of Service Projects/trips that each class schedules throughout the year. These get the students out into different areas of Kenya helping and working along side local people for a common goal or purpose.