Granite Falls Middle School

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  • School Board Vacancy

    District Accepting Letters of Interest and Qualifications for Vacant School Board Position The Granite Falls School Board will be accepting applications to replace the position of Granite Falls School District, District 1 Board Director, serving the areas of 100th St (Burn Road) and Crossroads High School. State law requires the remaining school board members to appoint a replacement within 90 days. The appointed board member will serve until the next regularly scheduled school board election in Fall 2023.

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  • 2022 Levies

    Two Replacement Levies set for February 2022

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  • Voter Registration

    Register to Vote!

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  • Hiring Substitutes

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  • New Student Online Enrollment

    New To the Area? Welcome! Don’t forget to enroll your student.

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Welcome to Granite Falls Middle School!

  • Welcome to Granite Falls Middle School, home of the 2013-14 Waldsworth Yearbook of Excellence and the Granite Falls School District Classified Employee of the Year.

    In the early spring of 2019, Granite Falls Middle School opened a state-of-the-art STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Manufacturing) building focused on project-based learning. Classrooms included: Computer Lab, Manufacturing, Culinary, Fashion, Marketing, Environmental Science Labs, Life Skills, Robotics, and Technology. The equipment housed throughout the classrooms will give the students the skills and abilities to compete for high demand careers after high school.

    We serve students in grades 6-8 with approximately 40 teachers and support staff that provide students a safe learning community to create academic excellence.The school has over 400 students with a full academic program in addition to music, library-media, physical education, technology, special education, counseling services, enrichment classes and a full athletic program for seventh and eighth grade students. A strong parent volunteer program supports a tutoring/mentoring program, book fairs and student recognition. In addition, students are involved in the National Junior Honor Society, digital media, and leadership activities including community service.