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A Little Bit About NHMS


The North Haven Middle School is located in a residential neighborhood with single-family homes approximately 2 miles from the center of town.  The building was originally built in 1960 as a Junior High School and later became one of two high school campuses. It now houses the three middle grades (6-8). The physical building is a neighbor to the North Haven High School (grades 9-12) on the same property. The schools share the campus with separate driveway entrances, one connecting access driveway, a ¼ mile running track and athletic fields and bleachers on the property. Renovations of the middle school took place in 1986, with more renovations and a new academic wing construction completed in 2017.


The building has a unified cafeteria with ample seating, a large and a small gymnasium, and an auditorium that seats 475.  Each core teacher and teachers of special education have their own classroom. World Language, Reading and Unified Arts teachers also have their own classrooms. The library provides supplemental information, materials and equipment for instructional use. Since the 2019-2020 school year all students have a 1:1 device that allows them to do research, complete assignments, and communicate with peers and staff through email and classroom blogs.


Parents are instructed to drop off students at approximately 7:15 am when the busses start to arrive. Safety is our first priority so we require all visitors to bring a photo ID and to enter through the main entrance where they are acknowledged by an office staff member who unlocks the door. Visitors then report to the Main Office where they must sign-in and obtain a visitor's pass.  This pass is returned and the visitor signs-out before they exit the building. The North Haven Middle School has a full time resource officer that is here to assist in the event of an emergency or a security breach, as well as forming bonds with the students.


North Haven Middle School is on the north side of town with close access to the Route 40 connector and Interstate 91. North Haven borders the towns of Northford, Branford, Wallingford, Hamden and the City of New Haven.