About Gainesville Middle School
Caught in the middle! No longer children, but not yet adults. What an ever-changing time of life, characterized by an unparalleled energy level to balance social, emotional and academic learning. The middle school instructional day consists of five blocks of instruction. The core blocks are 50 minutes in length, and focuses on learning opportunities in math, social studies, science, language arts and academic study skills. Remediation, enrichment and acceleration opportunities are offered during the daily achievement period--What I Need (WIN). The exploratory block consists of two classes that are each approximately 50 minutes in length. Classes are offered on a nine-week basis, and may include courses in career and technology education (CTAE), fine arts (band, music, chorus, drama, art), modern languages (Spanish), and physical education and health.
Learning hours in classrooms: 8:25 a.m.-3:25 p.m. Office Hours: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
*Learn more about Arrival and Dismissal here
Mascot: Red Elephants
School Colors: Red & White
Enrollment: 6th-8th Grade, Approx. 1,800 students
Feeder Schools: Centennial, Enota, Fairstreet, Gainesville Elementary, Mundy Mill, and New Holland
Cluster: Gainesville High School
GOSA Report Card
As a Title I school district, we are required to provide an annual report card to you. The Governor's Office of Student Achievement has created a report card that measures all schools in the state of Georgia. You can access the report card here.