Remington Middle School
Principal: Brian Wildeman
Remington Middle School in Franklin, Massachusetts serves approximately 500 students in grades 6 – 8. Remington operates with four, two-teacher teams in sixth grade and two, four-teacher teams in both grades seven and eight. The school offers many diverse programs including student-led conferencing, foreign language, a focus on team identity building, transition programs between fifth to sixth and eighth to ninth, and a strong focus on instruction that is developmentally appropriate for our early adolescent learners. While the curriculum offerings are aligned with the Massachusetts State Frameworks, all teams in the building seek commonality within their disciplines and have produced a number of thematic, integrated units of study. The outreach to our parent community is especially strong, and we enjoy these supportive relationships.
The Remington Middle School community is dedicated to understanding and guiding students during this unique developmental stage, and we are committed to facilitating students’ transitions between grades. In addition, we are committed to fostering the intellectual, physical, emotional, and social needs of our students. Our programs promote academic excellence, equity, responsibility, and the development of skills encouraging students to be independent learners and critical thinkers.
At Remington, we teach our subject matter with passion, our students with compassion.