Martin Meylin Middle School is literally and figuratively nestled between Hans Herr Elementary School and L-S High School. It's home to nearly 650 students in grades six through eight. The school was built in 1967 as one of the first to incorporate team teaching, a practice that continues today.
One of these nine seniors will be crowned Queen at the 99th Annual West Lampeter Community Fair.
Martin Meylin families, here's the information you'll need for Back to School Night on Tuesday, September 12.
Mrs. Melissa Swarr and Ms. Jennifer Felix have joined the admin team as LSHS assistant principal and elementary assistant principal, respectively.
The process to sign in as a student in PowerSchool has changed.
Martin Meylin staff recognized student accomplishments and honored Cooper Hillen with the 2023 George Myers Award.
Creative arts teachers selected academically excellent students for May honors.
It's not your average homeroom! Students spend the first half hour of each day in ROOTS groups, getting to know one another and participating in projects and team-building exercises.
Each grade is divided into two teams, each with a group of dedicated, collaborative teachers for core subjects. It's our way of bridging the gap between cozy elementary school classes and the block-based high school program.
The District's band, chorus, and orchestra programs expand in middle school with concert ensembles, competitions, opportunities to march in parades, and a new middle school jazz band.
Each December, the community looks forward to the Martin Meylin Middle School musical. For students, it's a chance to get on stage, or backstage, to indulge a love of theatre.
School-sponsored sports begin in seventh grade, and many students join junior high soccer, football, field hockey, cheerleading, cross country, basketball, wrestling, and track & field teams.