Hamilton Middle School is committed to making sure that our school is a safe and welcoming place for all scholars, including for our immigrant scholars, and that our families know their rights.

Immigration Resources - Recursos para familias inmigrantes

Celebrating Our Husky Community

Hamilton String Ensemble Performance
Hamilton String Ensemble Performance

Hamilton String Ensemble performed last week at the Cherry Hills Country Club. The party was for Lisa Marranzino’s book signing of “Happiness…

Superintendent Cordova’s Visit
Superintendent Cordova’s Visit

Superintendent Susana Cordova visited Hamilton on February 28th to help launch her Superintendent Entry Plan. HMS was proud to show…

Holocaust Survivor Presentation
Holocaust Survivor Presentation

Hamilton was once again proud to host Holocaust survivor Estelle Nadel who spoke with our 8th grade scholars. We all…

African American Young Ladies Summit
African American Young Ladies Summit

Laila Hilton, 8th grade, was one of several Hamilton scholars who participated the DPS African American Young Ladies Summit. This…

CMAS Pep Rally
CMAS Pep Rally

We also know that testing can be stressful – so to get our Huskies excited about doing their best on…

Explore The World. Define Your Future. 

Hamilton Middle School fosters lifelong global learners, through the nurturing of a compassionate and intercultural community that leads change towards a more peaceful world. As international educators, we promote balanced academic, physical, artistic and emotional development for all scholars.

Announcements and Reminders


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    Effective for the 2019-2020 school year, each school day at Hamilton will start at 9:00am and end at 3:45pm.

    We will continue to offer free breakfast to all scholars and will have a morning study hall available for scholars who need to be dropped off at 7:45am.

    For more information please read Dr. Sawyer’s letter to our community HERE.

    We look forward to seeing all our scholars on their first day of school for 2019-2020 on Monday, August 19 at 9:00am.


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    Summer Academy is FREE for all incoming 6th grade Huskies!
    Come learn all about middle school! Meet teachers! Make new friends! Learn how to open a locker!

    The program runs Tuesday, August 6 – Thursday, August 8 from 8:00am -12:00pm.

    Register for 6th Grade Summer Academy HERE  Please email Assistant Principal Ms. Shearer with any questions.

    We also hope you can join us for our 6th Grade Family Picnic on Thursday, August 8 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm. You bring a picnic supper and we’ll provide beverages and fun!


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    We congratulate our 8th graders who will complete middle school at their Continuation on Thursday, May 30!
    For all other Huskies, the last day of school is Friday, May 31. It is also a half day. All students will have the opportunity to eat brunch before dismissal at 11:55am. Scholars who ride the bus will take their usual bus home, just at an earlier hour. There will be no supervision after 12:15pm and students will not be allowed to reenter the building. Please plan for your child to go home and enjoy their summer vacation!


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    8th Grade Continuation is scheduled for Thursday, May 30 at George Washington High School. Scholars should report at 5:30 pm. The auditorium will be open for seating at 6:00 pm and the program will begin promptly at 6:30 pm.

    8th graders must have returned their Chromebooks and accessories and paid outstanding MyTech fees to participate in the Elitches or Pool Party field trips. You can pay MyTech fees at MySchoolBucks.

    Congratulations 8th graders!


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    On Wednesday, May 29 we will be celebrating the academic achievements of our 6th and 7th graders. We hope you will join us if your child has a GPA of 3.5 or greater. IB awards, Reading awards, and awards for greatest academic growth will also be presented at this assembly. 6th grade awards will be presented at 12:00pm. 7th grade awards will be presented at 1:30pm.


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    The 2018-2019 Yearbook will be distributed to 8th graders who ordered copies on Thursday, May 30. Distribution for 6th and 7th graders is Friday, May 31. After distribution any remaining copies of the Yearbook will be available for sale for $30, cash only. See Ms. Nyhus in the drama room to purchase your copy before they’re gone!


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    It’s not too late to complete your annual DPS Family Satisfaction Survey!
    This year, Hamilton families are completing the survey online. You may have received a link by text or email or you can login to Parent Portal and the survey instructions will be in the upper right hand corner of your homepage. Click. Submit. It’s as easy as that!

    This anonymous and confidential survey is designed to measure how well Hamilton Middle School involves families, the quality of family-school relationships and what you think about the school culture. The honest feedback you are providing will help us make positive changes at your school and across the district, helping DPS provide a better learning environment for your child.


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    Please come check our collection of cell phones in the Main Office if your child has had a phone confiscated or lost. Unclaimed phones will be donated after the school year to a charity.

    Unclaimed items from the Hamilton Lost & Found will be donated to Clothes to Kids of Denver after the end of the school year.


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    All Chromebooks should now have been returned for the summer.  If scholars failed to return items or the returned items are not in the expected condition some fees will apply. Fees can be paid in MySchoolBucks. More information is available HERE.

    Remember that returning 6th and 7th grade students will keep their Chromebook cases at home over the summer break. The cases will be reused for the 2019/2020 school year.


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    Summer is quickly approaching, which is causing many of us to daydream about laying by the pool and BBQ’s with friends. The long school break can also cause many of us to panic as we try to figure out how we will keep our children safe and entertained during the summer months. Click HERE for a list of free and low-cost summer programs for youth in the Denver area.

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Upcoming Events

Nothing from July 18, 2019 to July 24, 2019.