Hebron Middle School serves students in grades 6-8. Since 2012, HMS has been awarded the designation of a “School to Watch” by the National Forum for Middle Grades Reform. Our focus on academic excellence, social equity, and developmental responsiveness drives the day to day schedule as well as student programs both during and outside of school hours. Teachers focus on engaged learning through cross curricular projects and hands-on inquiry-based activities. Within each school day, all students have opportunities to receive additional help when necessary. Class offerings are available for our high ability learners and every 8th grader earns high school credit while in middle school.
Our strong advisory program supports the social and emotional needs of students by utilizing student leaders and service learning. Students have many extracurricular activities to choose from including sports, drama, media club, honor society, STUCO, esports and various student-initiated clubs each year.