Northwestern Middle School
Northwestern Middle School opened in the fall of 1996. It currently has an enrollment of 1340 students, who are in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. After completing the eighth grade, the vast majority of Northwestern’s student’s go on to attend Milton High School, which is located across the street from Northwestern Middle School. Northwestern Middle School has a highly skilled and well trained staff which seeks to help its students achieve excellence both in and out of the classroom. In order to benefit their students in their non-academic activities teachers run clubs such as Jr. Beta and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes which strive to teach the students the value of volunteerism and how to be a leader in their community.
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There are many clubs and other extracurricular activities offered by Northwestern to its students such as a book club, broadcast club, chess club, debate club, and many more. These extracurricular activities and clubs serve many purposes such as teaching students valuable lessons and helping them form friendships. Northwestern has a very strong Parent-Teacher Association, which is in charge of conducting the many events which the school performs for its students. These include food drives and dances, as well as helping run programs such as The Northwestern Middle School Foundation which helps fund school supplies such as printers, subscriptions to online educational services for the school, and other supplies that students benefit from.