About Stowe Middle School
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Stowe Middle School
Principal: Dan Morrison
413 Barrows Road
Stowe, VT 05672
Phone: (802) 253-6913
Fax: (802) 253-5314

About Us
Stowe High School is a small, rural school that is influenced by a vibrant village providing 12 months of robust resort activity. Historically, the community has supported our school so that the children will benefit from a broad array of opportunities. It has done this while maintaining the focus on those basic values that define a New England village. Our students receive a vigorous academic education while, at the same time, they are expected to dedicate themselves to service and socializing activities. Honesty, sincerity, hard work, freethinking and loyalty to family and society all are core values emphasized both in our school and in our homes.

We find ourselves in a time in which it is difficult to maintain a school’s greatest asset- its faculty. Despite this, we have been able to provide our students with a faculty of an average of 19 years of teaching experience with 67 % of them holding advanced degrees and beyond. Ours is a school with support for all learners while having an emphasis on academics. In part, this is accomplished with a 1:10 teacher to student ratio and a strong advisory program.

Striving for excellence, through diverse and comprehensive programs designed to inspire a life-long love of learning, the Stowe School District,in cooperation with our community, will provide a stimulating and supportive environment that challenges all students to be respectful and responsible world citizens.

Mission Statement
Construct
A classroom of thinkers and problem solvers is one where students construct meanings and respond to complex situations using sound reasoning and creative thinking as they...
  • Reflect on learning experiences and processes
  • Effectively analyze and evaluate evidence, considering alternative points of view
  • Solve problems in both conventional and innovative ways; transfer prior learning to obtain solutions
  • Use information accurately and creatively for the issue or problem at hand
  • Understand that creativity and innovation is a long-term, cyclical process of small successes and frequent mistakes
Express
A classroom of effective communicators is one where students