Spring DC/Class Fundraiser delivery, April 15th

 

"Boynton Middle School is committed to providing a learning environment where students achieve mastery of developmental skills and acquire the knowledge necessary to develop a positive self-image and to foster academic, social, and personal growth." 

 

Thomas Starratt - Principal

Louis Mercurio - Assistant Principal 

 

500 Turnpike Road - New Ipswich - NH - 03071 - 603-878-4800

If your child is absent please call the school at 878-4800 ext 14 before 8:30 AM. After 8:30 please call the main office and speak to the secretary.

 

BMS Main

BMS Main

Boynton Middle School

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BMS News

  • Softball Team Gets First Win

    Yesterday the Lady Bulldogs beat St. Pat's in 4 1/2 innings, 13-0. Samantha Hughson started on the mound and had 4 strikeouts and 2 fielded outs for the first two innings. Madi Labrie was the closing pitcher and had 9 strikeouts in the final 3 innings. Offensively, the team had[…]

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  • DC trip 2015

    Above is a picture of Grade 8 students at the Einstein Statue in Washington D.C. It's a silent bus on the way to Gettysburg. They are exhausted but happy. They had many wonderful moments in DC that will be memories for a long time.

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  • BMS Chess Tournament 4/11/15

    On Saturday April 11th, Boynton Middle School fielded two teams to compete in the NH State Chess Team Championships. Sebastian Tilton, Noah Rogers, Ethan Bilodeau and Thalia Sousa represented Boynton in the Junior High Division. Finn Rogers, Parker Weber, Brad Monaco and Owen Hannah played in the Elementary Division. Both[…]

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  • Chess Tournament 3/28/15

    On Saturday, March 28th, members of the Boynton Middle School Chess Team travelled to Philips-Exeter Academy to participate in the Individual Scholastic Championships.  They competed against the best chess players in the state, some of whom will be representing New Hampshire at the National Championships. All of the students played[…]

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