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About

Grant Students

General Grant Departmental School was dedicated in September 1924. In 1954, it was moved to its present location and given the name General Grant Junior High School. The school received its current name of General Grant Middle School in 1990. The school currently serves 540 students in grades 6-8, on a campus with 35 classrooms, a gymnasium, cafeteria, and locker rooms.  We have a staff of 24 teachers. In addition to our student body, we also house a county SDC program, office space for the district Migrant Services department, and Grant Middle School Opportunity Program, an alternate placement for district middle school students. 

Mission Statement 

Community, parents, staff, and students form a collaborative partnership in an effort to achieve the school’s mission. The mission of Grant Middle School: We will commit to work collaboratively with all stakeholders to ensure high expectations in order to promote academic achievement and the development of responsible citizens through rigorous educational opportunities and experiences.
 
Our vision is to work in collaborative teams to build systems of accountability in order to develop and support high student achievement for ALL.

 

Leadership

Principal 
Sharon Matsuzaki

Learning Director
Elizabeth Beatie 

Social Worker
Sebastian Villasenor

Secretary
Silvia Barojas 


Our School 

Office Hours
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Colors
Blue and Gold

Mascot  
Grizzlies