Bloomfield Middle School is blazing a trail of excellence in education.
We provide high quality academic and extracurricular programs to equip our students to be successful in school and in society.
2014-15 statewide winner for usage and gains in Reading Plus in Kentucky!
BMS Student Pledge
I will make my school a safe and comfortable place for teaching and learning by being respectful, being responsible, and being prepared. By these actions, I will be a successful and cooperative Blazer.
- all people are valuable;
- high expectations produce greater results;
- everyone has the right to be safe;
- society benefits from creativity and diversity;
- wondering, questioning, and learning are lifelong pursuits;
- all people are responsible for their actions.
Bloomfield Middle consists of 405 students in grades six through eight. It employs 22 certified teachers and 15 support staff that guide instruction every day of the school year.
Bloomfield Middle School was established in 1985 at 130 Hill Street, Bloomfield, Ky. Mr. Larry Cheek was the first principal. Mr. Jim Hundley, Dr. Karl Weddle and Mr. Glenn Spalding followed him. The current principal is Mr. Jim Beavers.
For many years the mascot of Bloomfield Middle was the Indian. In 1997, when BMS moved to its current location of 96 Arnold Lane, the mascot was changed to the Blazers.
The Bloomfield Middle School district covers a vast amount of the northern and central parts of Nelson County. It stretches from the Anderson County line on its northern border to the Bullitt County line in the northwestern part of Nelson County. It includes the communities of Chaplin, Cox’s Creek, Samuels, Fairfield and Bloomfield.
“Blazing a Trail of Excellence” is the motto of every student, teacher and supporter of Bloomfield Middle School.
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