Committed to Nurturing the Whole Child, Every Child.

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. We are proud to be an International Baccalaureate World School! Our school identity is grounded in serving the Whole Child, Every Child!

School Hours

School doors open at 8:55 AM. School begins at 9:05 AM and ends at 4:05 PM. All scholars are provided with a Grab-and-Go snack bag and FREE lunch in the cafeteria. Lunchtimes are as followed: 6th grade at 1:03 PM, 7th grade at 3:33 PM, and 8th grade at 3:33 PM. Scholars cannot be checked out between 3:30 PM and 4:05 PM unless you have a doctor’s note at the time of pick-up. The office staff will be closing out the school day and preparing for the end-of-day and after-school activities. Adult supervision for our scholars will be available from 8:55 AM-4:05 PM ONLY unless your child is signed up for after-school activities. Promptness to class is very important.



Make Hamilton Your Choice School

Did you miss our recent Prospective Parent Virtual Q&A? Check out our Hamilton Information sheet for frequently asked questions. You can also check out our Title 1 Presentation and Title 1 Compact.

SchoolChoice Information

Round 1 of SchoolChoice opens January 14- Feb. 15, 2022.

The DPS SchoolChoice open enrollment window for the 2022-23 school year is now open through 4 p.m. Feb. 15, 2022. Apply now.

SchoolChoice is for any student who wants or needs to attend a new school for the following school year, particularly “transitioning” students, typically incoming kinder, sixth, and ninth-grade students. All incoming preschool students, as well as incoming students who reside in an enrollment zone, must complete an application. For more information click here.


Winter Weather Procedure and Transportation Reminders

In anticipation of colder weather, we wanted to make sure you have the information you need for when weather affects the school day. Please note that the decision to close or delay school will be made by the superintendent based on information provided by representatives from DPS Transportation Services, transportation agencies and the weather bureau. DPS is committed to informing you about school closures or delays as early as possible – with the goal to make the call by 5 a.m. This flier explains how Transportation Services operates if school is canceled or goes remote because of weather. Learn more about our weather delay and cancellation procedures here.


Heads Up Hamilton

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Heads Up Hamilton: Friday, January 21th

The Week Ahead Monday, January 24 Boys/Girls Basketball Practice (4:15-5:45 pm) CSC meeting 5:30-7:00pm (click here to join) Tuesday, January 25 HMS Brain Bowl at 8:30am Basketball Home Game @ 4pm (Per COVID guidelines, we’ll not have spectators in the gym.)Continue Reading

Upcoming Events

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Sprance ’22 meeting
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Parents Encouraging Parents (PEP) Conferences
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Parents Encouraging Parents (PEP) Conferences
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Community News

CMAS Testing

We need all families to fill out this short survey about whether they plan to have their student(s) take the CMAS assessments this year! Updated CMAS CALENDAR HAMILTON 2021 Dear Hamilton Middle School families: Given the information we have receivedContinue Reading

February Activity Calendar

The Activity Calendar for the month of February is packed with virtual tours, experiences, and activities you can do each with by yourself, or with your family at home! Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 01 02 03 04Continue Reading

School-Based Health Center Awareness Month!

The first Denver Health SBHC opened in 1987 at Abraham Lincoln High School. Currently, Denver Health operates 18 SBHCs that serve DPS students (including charter schools). Services are provided at NO COST to families and the centers serve more than 13,000 students annually.Continue Reading

In-Person Health & Safety Guidelines

FIRST: Check Your Correct Group SECOND: Review Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures THIRD: Health Screen & Masks

Heads Up Hamilton: Sunday, January 31, 2021

Upcoming Week Important dates & information for the week ahead. Families Opportunities for families Students Resources Whole Child

In-Person Health & Safety Guidelines

FIRST: Check Your Correct Group SECOND: Review Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures THIRD: Health Screen & Masks

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