Adams Middle School is home to about 1000 students and is heavily focused on preparing them for their years at Redondo Union High and offers a wide variety of electives so students can explore career interests.
Incoming 6th graders are put on teams guided by two teachers. One focuses on science and math and the other teaches language arts and social studies.
Adams offers all three grade levels yearly overnight outdoor science camps. They also participate in the WEB Program. “Where Everybody Belongs” is a middle school transition program and is intended to foster a sense of community and belonging.
The school also participates in the AVID and PLTW programs. All grades can take part in The Advancement Via Individual Determination class (AVID) and is a year-long elective. Seventh and 8th graders can participate in Project Lead The Way, a one-semester engineering elective.
The music program consists of vocal music and concert, jazz and symphonic bands, wind ensemble, symphonic band, and vocal music. The school boasts an outdoor amphitheater and a performing arts stage.
For more information, visit the school’s website here.