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Middle School News

The Brecksville-Broadview Heights Middle School has instituted a Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports system (PBIS) as part of our Continuous Improvement Plan.  The "Support" part of our program involves recognizing students who display positive character traits in one or more of our categories: Responsibility, Honesty, Gratitude, Service, Respect, Perseverance, Courage, Cooperation, and Pride.   The students receive a certificate that can be redeemed for an ice cream treat, as well as recognition by placing their picture on the bulletin board at the entrance of the school.  A postcard is sent home for parents to hear the great news!  It is so wonderful to have students with such positive qualities!

 Students entering the 6th-8th grade at BBHMS are expected to complete independent reading over the summer.  Please click here for further information.


Yearbooks will be distributed Friday morning in homeroom.  If you did not order a yearbook and would like to purchase one, the cost is $30.  You may purchase a yearbook after the morning announcements on Friday in the main office.

  Parents:  To help you get a jump on school supplies for next year, please click on the following links for your child's grade level supply list.

                 6th grade                         7th grade                         8th grade

It is hard to believe that we are just days away from the end of the 2012-2013 school year.  With that in mind, we are asking for your support to get summer vacation off to a safe and trouble free start for all students.  OnFriday, June 7th, we are asking that all students go home from school as they would on a regular school day. 


Concerns have been brought to our attention by the residents of Mill Road, Hilton Elementary School, the businesses near Brecksville Square, and both police departments.  The past few years, large numbers of Middle School students have walked down Mill Road at the end of the school day and disrupted Hilton's dismissal and the operations of the local businesses.  The school, as well as the police departments, share many concerns with regards to the safety of the students traveling in large, distracted groups down very busy roads. 


Please help us keep our students safe by encouraging your child to begin the celebration of summer once they have arrived home safely.




Patrick A. Farrell



6376 Mill Road - Broadview Hts., OH 44147 - 440-740-4400
Mr. Patrick Farrell, Principal
School Hours: 8:00 AM - 2:50 PM