A National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence serving about 1,000 students in grades 6-8,  we  offer a solid educational and nurturing environment in which learning and the personal growth of each student are given the highest priority.  Our students can take advantage of a range of academic experiences including foreign language instruction, physical sciences taught in our unique Planetarium, hands-on experimental science courses in our state-of-the-art science labs, and accelerated English, math and science strands for gifted students.  Our rigorous curriculum is supplemented with living history days, school trips to theaters, historic sites and visits to cities such as Washington, DC.  We also hold an exchange program with a middle school near Madrid, Spain.

Character education plays a significant role in our school.  Our students and faculty have given much time and resources to many successful community service projects.

Finally, most of our students are active in extra-curricular activities, including band and orchestra, drama, choral groups, sports teams, yearbook, school newspaper and other clubs and groups.


Reading RAMS take on the "Million Dreams Challenge"  FinalVideo_1638415015.515529.mov


Global Art Competition (submitted by Art Teacher, Jeff Tascio)

Over the last few weeks, 6th 7th and 8th grade students at Port Chester Middle School had a chance to participate in a global art competition sponsored by the Lions Club, a service club that has chapters all over the globe.  Collaborating with the United Nations, the Lions Club hosts an annual Peace Poster contest for middle school students around the world.  Students were asked to come up with their vision of peace and a connected world, and were able to use the skills and tools that they had learned over the last 10 weeks to create their posters.  A panel of teachers from Port Chester Middle school selected one winner, Jose Melger Flores, and two runner ups, Chelsea Pasasin and Sofia Abarca.  Their work was shown off at the Lions Club virtual meet on Friday 11/12 alongside winners from other districts in the county.  Moving forward, the judges will choose a winner from Westchester County, which will then progress to state, country and global levels. This is an annual event, and students were really able to flex their creative muscles, and did some of their best work, their teachers were extremely impressed and happy to see students take on such an impactful project. 

Winner Jose Melger Flores

Runner up Chelsea Pasasin

Runner up Sofia Abarca  


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