About The School  


Our Mission

It is the mission of Chapel Hill Middle School to educate the whole child academically, physically, socially, emotionally and creatively.


Our Vision

We envision Chapel Hill Middle School as a model middle school.


Our Accomplishments

  • Georgia Lighthouse School to Watch, 2004-2007, 2007-2010, 2010- 2013
  • Adequate Yearly Progress 2002-2011
  • National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, 2002
  • Georgia School of Excellence, 2000 Ranked in the top 20% of Middle Schools in Georgia

Our Values

Chapel Hill will provide each learner with the following:

 

  • An instructional staff with an understanding and respect for the “inbetweenager,” varied instructional strategies, positive classroom management, content knowledge, collaboration skills, with a genuine desire to provide the best possible program.  
  • Educators who are prepared to work with young adolescents, who are themselves lifelong learners and committed to their own ongoing professional development and growth.  
  • A smooth transition to middle school through the implementation of a Sixth grade Academy.  
  • An individualized instructional program which includes skill development and hands-on experiences in both the academic and exploratory areas that promotes high school, college and career readiness.
  • Experiences through curricular and extra-curricular activities that provide opportunities for the development of leadership and positive social skills.  
  • A structured organizational program that includes the Agenda Book, a One-Notebook System and consistent School-Wide Procedures.  
  • A counseling program that emphasizes academic and personal guidance as well as support for transition.  
  • A discipline program where students accept responsibility and consequences for choices and actions with opportunities for guided decision-making. 
  • Curricular and extra-curricular programs for the development of self-respect, good character, ethical values, principles, and the ability to respect and get along with others.  
  • A school climate that provides a safe and secure learning environment with an emphasis on high expectations and continuous improvement. 
  • Classroom instruction which integrates technology and provides opportunities for students to develop 21st century technological skills.
  • A learning environment where trust and respect are paramount and where family and community are actively involved.

 


Our Programs

  • Seven Classes per day - Five Academic Classes: Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Reading/Foreign Language 
  • Gifted / Advanced Classes in a variety of subjects across all three grade levels  
  •  Resource, Co-Taught and Inclusion / Support Classes for students with identified special education needs
  • Two Connections Classes per 9 weeks
  • Rotating schedule to optimize student learning opportunities