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School Overview


About SMS 

exterior of Snoqualmie Middle School

Snoqualmie Middle School (SMS), nestled in the heart of picturesque Snoqualmie, offers a dynamic learning community for students in sixth through eighth grades.

The school was built in 1972. In 2013 the building was repurposed as the Freshman Learning Center for Mount Si High School, and SMS students were rezoned to either Chief Kanim or Twin Falls Middle School. In 2019, when the new MSHS campus opened, the ninth graders were reincorporated into the high school and SMS reopened as the district's third middle school. 

SMS provides a vibrant and nurturing environment that fosters academic growth, personal development, and community engagement for its students. From core subjects like mathematics, language arts, social studies and science to enriching elective courses, after-school clubs, and a no-cut sports program, students have a wide array of opportunities for academic exploration and personal, social, and emotional growth. 



  • Positive character traits are practiced and celebrated with Eagle Bucks
  • Recognition awards are given quarterly for demonstrating schoolwide expectations
  • AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program offers academic and social support to help students achieve college-readiness goals
  • Student-driven ASB (Associated Student Body student governance) promotes school spirit, anti-bullying, peer mentoring, and community service
  • Eighth-grade WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) program provides leadership opportunities through mentoring new sixth-grade students
  • Nationally recognized music program includes band and choir classes for all levels, as well as extracurricular audition-only opportunities for jazz band and choir
  • No-cut athletics give all students an opportunity to play and grow their abilities
  • Optional after-school activities include Key Club, Art Club, Rainbow Eagles (GSA), Drama Club, and Science Club
  • SMS PTA and Music Boosters organizations offer outlets for parent support and involvement


Stats and Scores

Eagle in a shield with words reading Snoqualmie Middle School
five WEB leaders from SMS in red t-shirts

Mission Statement

"Inspiring academic and social growth through collaboration, exploration, and innovation to prepare students for life:  Empowered Students, Engaged Families, Safe Schools."

Our District

The Snoqualmie Valley School District (SVSD) is located 30 miles east of Seattle in the beautiful Cascade Mountain foothills of Washington State. The district spans more than 400 square miles and serves families in Fall City, North Bend, Snoqualmie, and surrounding unincorporated areas in King County.  We offer quality public education to approximately 7,200 students in 11 schools — six elementary schools (grades P-5), three middle schools (6-8), one comprehensive high school (9-12), and a Big Picture high school (9-12).  

Snoqualmie Valley District Office building

Alternative learning options offered by our district include Mount Si High School’s Online Courses (9-12), our Parent Partnership Program for families who choose to school their students (K-10) at home, a Transition Learning Center for special education services for ages 18-21, and a 100% Online Learning Program (K-12). 

Since 2019, our students have enjoyed the newly-constructed and expanded Mount Si High School campus, which features a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center. Our district’s One-to-One Computing Initiative equips every student in grades 6-12 with a laptop computer for use at school and home. Thanks to our supportive community that values education, Snoqualmie Valley schools rank among the best in Washington State with a 98% four-year graduation rate.  Learn more from the latest OSPI Snoqualmie Valley School District Report Card.