Welcome Back Eagle Scholars!
We are super excited that you're back for another rigorous, engaging, and rewarding year at Pierce Middle School. The summer homework has kept your mind sharp, and skills strong. In addition to this we welcome our new 6th grade class to the program, and feel extremely confident in their abilities to rise to the challenges that being an Eagle Scholar presents. You've all hit the ground running, and there is no limit to how far you'll be able to go this year.
Welcome Assistant Principal Kyle Martin
The Eagle Scholars at Pierce Middle School would like to officially welcome Mr. Kyle Martin as the new Assistant Principal. Mr. Martin has taught in South Redford for the past ten years teaching fourth grade at Fischer Elementary and fifth grade at Jane Addams. He was very helpful in determining which sixth graders should join the Eagle Scholars Program for this year. Mr. Martin brings with him a wealth of experiences that will serve him well as he fills the shoes of another great man who came before him (Mr. Latour). The Eagle Scholars wish him good luck and great success! Welcome to the Pierce family Mr. Martin!
Meet Our Leadership Team
This team helps with the running of the program, development of policies, and assists in creating an even greater community of Scholars at Pierce Middle School.
Representing 6th grade Scholars for the 2017-2018 school year:
Representing 7th grade Scholars for the 2017-2018 school year:
Representing 8th grade Scholars for the 2017-2018 school year:
8th grade Language Arts Curriculum/ Dates to Remember
Why Join the Eagle Scholars?
"The Eagle Scholars Program (ESP) offers students a rigorous and challenging curriculum, and runs as a "school within a school." The middle school component gives students the opportunity take advanced courses, complete some high school credits, and prepare for advanced placement (AP) courses during high school. The ESP promotes growth for all students, in an environment that is developmentally responsive, challenging, empowering and equitable."- Dr. Christine Hofer, Principle Pierce Middle School