Rocky Top Middle School aims to create a safe community that inspires students to achieve their potential through cutting-edge instruction and a focus on the whole child — physical, mental and social well being. All of Rocky Top’s teachers rank as Highly Qualified and work to meet individual student needs. In the classroom, students focus on digital citizenship and use technology to enhance learning and understanding. Rocky Top is the only student-provided 1:1 computing middle school in the state. Rocky Top is also dedicated to helping the community and aims to shape students into productive citizens through programs like Grizzlies Give Back and Random Acts of Kindness. When students leave Rocky Top, they know themselves as learners and are equipped to make a difference in the world.
Carter and Kendell Shelton help out the Longmont Veteran Community Project
By applying for free and reduced benefits families receive assistance and they help your child's school.
Rocky Top student becomes the Five Star District Native Education Ambassador
The Castillo Sisters from STEM Launch were featured on 9News to showcase their artistic talent
Crisis Recovery Team went to McElwain Elementary to communicate about Healthy Family Relationships
Mountain Range High School art students work with City of Westminster to paint beautiful art
Meridian Elementary's 4th graders learned about Lakota, Ute, and Navajo people and cultures
“All of the staff at RTMS have a lot of patience and I love how they are always so positive. Thank you for making Rocky Top such a welcoming place” 7th Grade Student