Mission Statement

  • The Mission of Bryan Station Middle School is for all students to reach their full potential and succeed in a diverse society through positive relationships and meaningful instruction.

    The vision of Bryan Station Middle School is to provide learning opportunities for all students in a positive atmosphere while maintaining fair, firm and consistent expectations.

    PRIDE - Stands for:

    P - Positive

    R - Respect

    I - Integrity

    D - Dedication

    E - Excellence

About the School

  • It is an honor to serve our students at BSMS!  Our students are the best!  

    Our school consists of two programs:

    The Spanish Immersion Program, which launched in 1995-1996, includes all grade levels (6th-8th Grades), and students throughout the county may apply. Participants spend at least half their day using Spanish in core-content classes. Students have rigorous standards not only in language but also in all subject areas, and they rank high academically compared to others in the district. The goal is for students to be bilingual by the time they graduate. Most of students started out at Maxwell, Liberty, or Northern Elementaries and continue in the program at BSMS.  Our Spanish Immersion staff are great supporters of our students and have high academic expectations.   Students will have a Spanish Language Arts and Math class along with an English Language Arts and Math class. Students will also have Social Studies, Science, and two elective courses. Students completing our program will advance to the Spanish Immersion Program at Bryan Station High School.  Bryan Station Middle is proud to be an International Spanish Academy sponsored by the Education Office of the Embassy of Spain! Click on the icon to learn more about ISA schools:

     ISA Spanish Academy

    •  FCPS online application -- The window typically is Aug. 15 to Oct. 7 for the following school year. It's not a first-come, first-served system. Applications may be submitted anytime during the window, and all receive equal consideration.

    Our Traditional Program includes all grade levels (6th-8th Grades) and consist of the students who live in our attendance area.  Students are part of a team where teachers work together to help students grow developmentally and academically.  Most of our students started out at Deeps Springs, Northern, & Arlington Elementaries.  Our team teachers are great supporters of our students and will work closely with families.  Our team teachers have high expectations for students and expect them all to grow.  Students will take a double block of Language Arts and Math as Reading and Math skills are the main focus.  Students will also have Science, Social Students, and two elective courses.  Students will take Social Studies classes in Geography, Ancient Civilizations, and US History.  Our Science classes are high level and participation in science fair is expected in 6th-8th grade.

    We offer a wide range of elective offerings.  We are committed to the health and wellness of our students and offer year long or 9-week Health/PE/Wellness classes.  Students may also be involved in our Station Arts program which consists of our music programs with Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Visual Arts, & Speech & Drama.  Students may also participate in Robotics, Technology Education, Computer Applications, Spanish, French, or Library Assistants.

    Schoolwide, we place a priority on assessment and instruction, with high expectations and standards for all our students. Our staff is willing to go the extra mile to remove all barriers to learning so that all our students can succeed at high levels. We also take pride in helping our students mature to be responsible citizens, and we help build character and set goals to achieve their full potential.   

     

The front of the school building