Opened in 1966, North Albany Middle School is proudly educating its second and third generations of Albany children. Located on a 26-acre campus amid rolling hills, the school serves the children from North Albany, Oak Grove, South Shore, and Sunrise elementary schools.
Our School Is Proud To Offer…
NAMS has 29 certified teaching staff, 3 office staff, 8 educational assistants, 4 cooks, 3 custodians and 2 administrators.
Students have access to 97 computers, all connected to the internet. Students use the computers during classes and at lunch. The school library has computer access and an advanced system for information retrieval. Every classroom has at least one computer and many have more. NAMS has two full computer labs used for testing and class work.
Four levels of band and two levels of choral music, as well as Spanish, drama, photography and publications.
School-wide Conduct Training
Every student is taught every year in the school’s conduct expectations to prevent harassment and bullying and to foster excellent behavior. The NAMS PBS team designs these lessons and revises them when needed.
WEB Mentor Program
Eighth graders provide an organized welcome, instruction in positive character traits, and career awareness for sixth graders entering our school.
Students donate 4,000 hours of volunteer help each year to the community. Efforts include Make a Difference Day, Down by the Riverside, Pennies for Patients, and other events when students, parents and staff members conduct a variety of community activities.
Seventh and eighth graders perform school service projects, and provide recycling services and education. Leadership students organize dances and fundraisers like Pennies for patients.
Awards two field trips and three in-school activities per year for students with good grades, attendance and citizenship.
Tiger of the Week:
Each week, NAMS teachers select Tiger of the Week. Candidates are selected for outstanding citizenship, attitude and academics.
NAMS Parent Club has filled teacher wish lists, organized “Evenings with the Pro,” worked with students on the NAMS courtyard and contributed money and time to many school projects.