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"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." 


John MacArthur - Principal

Elizabeth Pogorzelski - 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.


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BMS News

  • Volleyball Team Beat Hudson 10/1/15

    Yesterday the volleyball team played their best match of the season against Hudson, taking it to three nail biting games. In game 1 alone Molly Coponen, Jaden Horrocks, Annika Martel, Elizabeth Spaulding, Halle Sauvola, and Morgan Faulkner had a combined fourteen offensive attacks at the net. Horrocks served up 8[…]

  • Volleyball Team Beat Milford 9/30/15

    The volleyball team beat Milford yesterday in two games. Game one Molly Coponen served up 7 and Halle Sauvola served up 10 for the 25-8 win. Outstanding plays at the net by Elizabeth Spaulding, Molly Coponen, and Jaden Horrocks. Game two started with a combination of first and second string[…]

  • Boynton Soccer Survives Early Scare to Wilton

    Boynton Soccer Survives Early Scare to Wilton   New Ipswich - Boynton survived an early scare from Wilton to move to 3-0 on the season Monday night.   Wilton scored first from the spot after a tough hand ball call on Zack Barthel was converted. Wilton's second goal came from a screamer outside of the box blasted[…]

  • Volleyball Results 9/28/15

      The volleyball team beat Mountain View Middle School yesterday in the best of three, 25-6, 9-25, 15-8. Game one highlights included Halle Sauvola's 4 consecutive serves and Elizabeth Spaulding's 6. Jaden Horrocks also had a kill on a set of passes by Annika Martel and Molly Coponen. Game two[…]