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A Word From Our Principal…

I am excited to welcome you to Hardin County Middle School! Our school is celebrating more than 40 years of excellence and service to our community. We pride ourselves on serving the needs of each and every student. Through our Lead initiative, we immerse our students and staff in the7 Habits of Highly Effective People and strive to help each student take ownership of their academic, emotional, and social lives. At HCMS, our mission is to engage, equip, and empower our students with the skills and attitudes vital to succeed as community and global citizens.

Dr. Duane Eliff, Principal at Hardin County Middle School

Empowering our Students to Learn, Lead, and Serve.

Hardin County Middle School seeks to achieve competency for every student by:

Developing Leadership skills essential to living a full and productive life.
Maintaining mental, physical, and emotional health.
Understanding the process of effective citizenship and leadership.
Helping students to develop positive self-concept.
Encouraging the formation of values leading to an understanding of human relations.
Developing knowledge and appreciation of our culture.
Cultivating knowledge of the humanities, the social sciences, the natural sciences, and the environment.

Cultivating a Safe, Learning Environment

 

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High School Registration

Monday, March 6th 2017 @6:00pm
At the Hardin County Middle School Commons

This is the only evening the can register.  If they cannot come, they will have to contact the high school counselors and make an appointment to register.  They must bring a parent or legal guardian.

 

Preparing and Equipping Students for their Future

At Hardin County Middle School, we believe our greatest duty is in serving as the bridge from students coming in from respective elementary schools and preparing them for High School.  We serve as a bridge between the “protectiveness” of elementary school and the “total self-reliance” of high school.  Students move toward increasing responsibility from sixth to eighth grade.

Schedule Your Tour Today.
(731) 925-9037