About Anderson Middle

Anderson Middle School recognizes the uniqueness of middle school students and provides a safe place where we encourage and support students to make choices which promote respect, responsibility, and educational success.

Anderson's History

 former Superintendent, Anderson

Named after a former Superintendent, Milburn P. Anderson, Anderson Middle School opened in 1956 as a junior high school (grades 7-9). It was transformed into a middle school (grades 6-8) in the late 1970's. Currently Anderson has 600 students.

Anderson Middle School offers its students instruction in the four main academic areas, math, science, social studies and language arts.  In addition, students experience a variety of elective classes such as Physical Education, Art, Computers, Robotics, Family and Consumer Science, Spanish, French, and Music (Band, Orchestra, and Choir).  Other than the 6th Grade Rotation electives which run every 10 weeks,  all other elective classes run for either a half year or full year.  We believe our programming provides our students with a well rounded comprehensive educational experience.

If you would like more information about our school or programs, please call our office at (248) 837-8200.