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Welcome to Grant Middle SchoolGrant Middle School is a full-service community school, serving a diverse community with a multitude of programs designed to support students on their path towards academic success.

Grant Middle School offers many types of assistance and support to students and families:

  • Before and after school programs that are aligned with school curriculum.
  • School-based health center
  • Family resource center

Grant MS Guest COVID-19 Screening

All Visitors to Grant MS regardless of vaccination status, are required to submit responses to this brief district-wide screening self-assessment at the beginning of prior to arriving onsite at any Grant MS. 

Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center is an important part of APS community school. Research shows that children succeed when adults work together to foster positive educational outcomes and schools work best when families and community members take active roles in the education of children.

Grant Middle School FRC partners with local and national organizations to implement a full-service community school approach.

Parents, guardians, staff, and community members are welcome anytime in the FRC. We provide services and resources that help families with the non-academic barriers that get in the way of our students learning.

Contact Information

  • Grant Middle School Community Engagement Coordinator
    Phone: (505) 299-2113 ext. 30558

School-Based Health Center

Anyone can refer a student to the SBHC. GMS Student Services Consent Forms are available at the front office, the Health Office and in the SBHC. If you have questions about referrals, please ask the school nurse or come by the SBHC located in the portable just south of the school nurse’s office.

Health Office

Physical Health

The Physical Health component of the SBHC offers:

  • Routine Physicals
  • Sports Physicals
  • Family Therapy
  • Acute and Chronic Illness Treatment
  • Minor Illness Treatment
  • Immunizations
  • Health Education
  • Reproductive Health
  • Vision, Hearing, Blood Pressure Screening
  • Limited Laboratory Testing
  • Nutritional Education & Weight Management
  • Prescriptions

Behavioral Health

The Behavioral Health component of the SBHC offers:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Health Education
  • Group Therapy

Contact Information

Open Monday and Wednesday
8 am to 12 pm
via First Nations

  • School-Based Health Center Contact
    Phone: (505) 299-2113 ext. 30541