• BSMS Admission Criteria: *Please note: Brown Summit Middle School does not participate in a lottery system. Admissions are based on a ranking. The following are the  criteria needed to “apply” and do not guarantee acceptance.

        Due to the rigor and pace of the curriculum at BSMS, it is required that students:  

    • Score a 70th percentile or higher on the EOG in both Math and Reading in their last tested year.  
    • Have a final (year-end) grade of an A or B in each subject area in their 4th Grade Year.  
    • Possess a grade of A or B in each subject area on the most current report card in their 5th grade.  
    • 7th & 8th Grade applicants must meet the same criteria but include their latest test scores and grades.  
    • If a student does not have EOG scores, upload any recent standardized test information.  
    • Brown Summit Middle School does not have sibling preference.

     

     

    Ranking & Notification

      • Applicants are ranked, and the top 80 rising 6th graders are accepted. Rising 7th and 8th-grade applicants are also ranked and will be accepted based on available seats. The remaining students will go on the waitlist.  

      • Friday, March 8, 2024

     

    Family Accept or Decline Offers by Friday, March 15, 2024

     

    More Information: The Choice Schools and Programs website is a resource that contains valuable information that guides parents through the magnet process. 

    Transportation information can also be found on the Choice Schools website

What We Offer

    • Advanced Classes
      • Math: AIMM, Acc 7, Math 1, Math 2
      • Advanced ELA 6-8, English 1
    • Latin, Computer Science, Visual Art in addition to PE
    • Monthly Character Trait Breakfasts
    • Friday In-School Clubs such as
      • Garden Club
      • History Club
      • Craft Club
      • Drawing, Computer Games. Creative Writing
    • Academic Clubs such as:
    • Chess Club
    • Quiz Bowl
    • The Twelve
    • Mock Trial
    • Battle of the Books
    • Forensics
    • Math Counts

     

    High school courses are offered for students meeting the criteria established for those courses. We offer various activities throughout the year that provide students with leadership, scholarship, and service-learning skills that prepare them to be globally competitive.

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