Congratulations to 5th Grade students Danielle Turi, Makenna Sladky, and Alyssa Chapman for representing WMS in the annual Wickliffe City Arbor Day Poster contest!
WELCOME TO WICKLIFFE MIDDLE SCHOOL! Our new welcome mat was recently purchased by our fantastic PATT and features a sleek, fresh take on the "Blue Devil" logo. Thank you PATT!
Hannah Ward, Alana McGinness, Chris James, Devin Herman, Jackson Reineke, and William Lindsey performed for our Board of Education on Thursday, April 25th. The "street drummers", under the direction of Mr. Neal Chastain, showed our community how the LAB Program has enriched our students not only in academics, but also in the fine arts.
The Wickliffe City Schools is very pleased to announce that a new program called Rachel's Challenge will be coming to Wickliffe High School on November 28th. Rachel's Challenge is a series of student empowering programs and strategies that equip students and adults to combat bullying and allay feelings of isolation and despair by creating a culture of kindness and compassion. The programs are based on the writings and life of 17 year old Rachel Scott who was the first student killed at Columbine High School in 1999. On November 28th, there will be a presentation for both middle and high school students, a training program for student leaders, and a community event open to community members of Wickliffe. An exact time schedule will be released soon. Click Here for more information regarding this amazing program and watch the informational video below.
From its transformation as a junior high school in the early 80's, Wickliffe Middle School has repeatedly earned its reputation among Ohio's best. This past school year WMS increased State Standardized test scores that contributed toward the School District being ranked as an “Excellent” School District.
The school currently has 460 students, grades 5-8, with a faculty of 33. Administrative duties are lead by a principal and an assistant principal. One full-time guidance counselor serves the student body. Speech-language services, occupational therapy, psychological services, an intervention assistance team, a gifted program and an after school program for all students are also available.
Wickliffe Middle School29240 Euclid AvenueWickliffe, OH 44092
To report absences: 440-943-7745
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