Shenandoah Middle School is comprised of grades 5, 6, 7, and 8. We offer a wide variety of academic and extracurricular programs. Math, science, social studies, language arts, STEM, physical education, band, choir, family consumer science, art, agriculture, woods, and other elective courses round out our curriculum. In addition, we offer cross country, football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, track, baseball, softball, student council, FCCLA, and other activities.
Shenandoah Middle School has a diverse staff ranging from recent graduates up to staff with years of quality experience. We pride ourselves on putting students first and eliminating bullying within our building. Our STEM programs lead southwest Iowa and beyond as we offer a variety of robotics, coding, technology, math, and other experiences that help students think about the world that they will be working in. One program, Ten80 Racing, has put Shenandoah Middle School on the national spotlight as we have brought home two National Championships in just 3 short years.
In short, Shenandoah Middle School is proud to call 601 Dr. Creighton Circle home to a wonderful building for learning and growing within education.
Shenandoah Middle School
601 Dr. Creighton Circle
Shenandoah Iowa 51601
Fax 712-246- 2496
Flag Retirement Ceremony 2018/10/29 Today our students were witness to a flag retirement ceremony conducted by our Shenandoah American Legion Color Guard. The Shenandoah Middle School students . . .
Please join us in congratulating Jason Shaffer, Shenandoah's High School Principal, as being named the Iowa Association of Student Council's Middle School Principal of the Year. Mr. Shaffer was nominated for this award at . . .
Shenandoah Middle School had two students selected to the SWIBA Middle School Honor Band, this past weekend, at auditions held in Clarinda. The 7th Grade will be represented by Jenna Burdorf on trombone while the 8th Grade will be . . .
To work on team building in 7th-grade math we start the year with the Marshmallow Challenge. The student's goal is to build the tallest freestanding structure in 18 minutes with only the following supplies: 20 pieces of spaghetti, 1 . . .