MOC-FLOYD VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
High school students at MOC-Floyd Valley continue to grow in their understanding of core academic content in preparation for their future. But within the requirements to earn a diploma, students have the freedom to construct an academic program that focuses on their unique abilities and interests. Students learn through experiences both inside and outside the classroom, and work with counselors to develop tailored programs for educational and career opportunities. Part of this experience is a full range of extra-curricular activities that build on the middle school experiences or offer new opportunities. These include athletics, the arts, band, speech, FFA, and National Honor Society.
MOC-FLOYD VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL
At the MOC-Floyd Valley Middle School, caring faculty teams and an emphasis on self-discovery help students understand and adapt to the unique physical and emotional challenges they face on a daily basis. While continuing to build on the strong academic foundation begun at the elementary level, the middle school encourages students to discover new talents and interest areas. Eighteen different cultural and career-focused programs, such as the fine arts, literature, and technology complement the fourteen co-curricular activities, including athletics, orchestra, chorus, and My Choice. And all students participate in the STAR advisory program to help build self-esteem and develop healthy relationships.
HOSPERS & ORANGE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Personalized classes and character-building programs help to lay a solid foundation for early learners in the MOC-FV School District. Students at Orange City Elementary and Hospers Elementary schools receive a strong basic skills education, emphasizing language arts and mathematics, as well as an introduction to activities such as talented and gifted programs, orchestra, and band. One indicator of success is our performance on national tests, where we consistently score above the 90th percentile. Another measure is having both schools recognized by the Iowa First in the Nation in Education (FINE) Project for the exemplary manner of educating MOC-Floyd Valley students.