We recognize that middle school is a time when much personal growth takes place as the independent learner emerges. During sixth through eighth grades, students are provided with steady guidance by supportive staff as they learn to meet greater expectations for self-reliance.
Nurturing Through Transition
Grades 6 - 8
The Middle School Difference allows students to:
Experience a rigorous and accelerated academic program that seeks to develop learners who consistently demonstrate competent literacy and writing, effective communication, and deep mathematical and scientific reasoning.
Define and develop their own moral compass as they experience character education that focuses on teaching self-leadership skills and personal integrity through weekly, faculty-led advisory programs.
Thrive and work in a school culture led by teachers and staff who are sensitive to, aware of, and focused on the unique developmental, emotional, and spiritual needs of the middle school student.
Middle School Principal
Linda Dulaney is a thirty-seven-year veteran educator in the Meridian/Lauderdale County area, having worked in both the public and independent school setting. Dulaney retired from a career in public education after twenty-eight years, where she served as a classroom teacher, instructional facilitator, assistant principal, head principal, and district-level administrator. In 2014, she began a second career at Lamar School as the secondary principal for 6th -12th grade.