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  • Dear Parents and Guardians,

    If your child has not attended school, please make sure to contact the Pontiac Middle school.  There is space for 7th and 8th grade students, and we are very proud of our school and community.  Regular attendance is vital to student’s success in school. The student, who is frequently absent, misses social interaction and direct instruction from his or her teachers even though written work can be made up. Any day or hour absent is a missed learning opportunity. Attendance is a key predictor of academic achievement.

    Any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact our school counselor, Mr. Davis, at 248.451.8020.  We will have a successful school year!

    Estimado Padres y Guardianes,

    Si su hijo no ha asistido a la escuela, por favor asegúrese de comunicarse con la Pontiac Middle School.Hay espacio para estudiantes de séptimo y octavo grado, y estamos muy orgullosos de nuestra escuela y comunidad. La asistencia regular es vital para el éxito de los estudiantes en la escuela. El estudiante, que frecuentemente está ausente, pierde la interacción social y la instrucción directa de sus maestros, aunque el trabajo escrito se puede hacer. Cualquier día o hora ausente es una oportunidad de aprendizaje perdida. La asistencia es un predictor clave del logro académico.

    Cualquier pregunta o inquietud, no dude en ponerse en contacto con nuestro consejero escolar, el Sr. Davis, en 248.451.8020. ¡Vamos a tener un año escolar exitoso!


    The Pontiac Middle School staff, parents, and community believe that our stakeholders are our greatest resources in propelling students to unraveled heights of academic, social and developmental achievement. Our purpose and goals are sincere and clear as we endeavor to guide students in realizing their greatest potential by providing a wealth of diverse experiences through the integration of academic rigor, fine and performing arts, travel, international exploration and social moral etiquette. Together, we, parents, staff and community members will hold one another accountable for the health, well-being, emotional, and physical safety of our students in an effort to enrich and ultimately positively impact the lives of our students for future advancement.


  • Pontiac Middle School Creed - We are scholars of the Pontiac Middle School. Envision everything worth having is worth working hard for. Accept our mistakes and learn from them. Give thanks for the positive things in our lives. Live and think at the highest levels. Eagerly overcome challenges standing between us and success. Show respect for ourselves, our peers, our families, our school, and our community. Celebrate our differences. Realize we are each responsible for our own actions and no one else’s. Encourage each other. Embrace learning. Dedicate ourselves to excellence.

  • Pontiac Middle School (PMS) was built in 1956 and provides education for students in grades seven, eight and nine. The school is located on the north side of the city and next to the Pontiac High School.

    At PMS the students are taught reading, language arts, science, social studies, and math. Students participate in the elective wheel which rotates them through different elective courses which includes physical education, foreign language, band, art, math games, and computers. Ninety-three percent of the students participate in the free/reduced lunch program.

    The PMS library/media center had a make-over by the Piston’s Corporation which donated several hundred books and a variety of learning materials for the middle school. The PMS motto echoes the Pontiac School District’s: “Excellence, Efficiency and Equity is an affirmation of our commitment to our students parents, and citizens in the city of Pontiac.

    School Programs 

    • The status of the core curriculum and the school improvement plan
    • 5655 Total Students in the Pontiac School District during the 2010-2011 school year
    • Number and percentage of pupils enrolled in post-secondary programs and/or college level equivalent