Welcome To West Laurens Middle School

West Laurens Middle School educates student grades 6th through 8th and has a faculty of over 65 certified personnel. On average WLMS’s teachers have 15 years of teaching experience and the majority hold advanced degrees in their content area. The focus of West Laurens Middle School is to provide each student with a rigorous and challenging education in a nurturing learning environment. West Laurens Middle School has three computer labs and multiple Chromebook carts to facilitate student use of technology. This technology allows teachers to enhance curriculum and employ a wide variety of instructional strategies. The school also offers Gifted Classes in each grade level. These classes are taught using the Advanced Content Model. West L...

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HB251 Laurens County School-to-School Transfer Requests

The Laurens County Board of Education, in compliance with House Bill 251 (HB251), has developed a process giving Laurens County parents/guardians the option to request that their children attend any Laurens County school, within the school system, based on space availability.  Information pertaining to the Laurens County School-to-School Transfer Request option is posted to the system web site, www.lcboe.net, and will include the implementation procedures, a preliminary list of schools, with available classroom space, and an application to request a transfer.  The FY19 application deadline is July 27, 2018.  For further information, please review the information listed under parent resourses top tab, posted to the Laurens County Board of Education website, or contact Mr. Kelland Waldrep at kellandwaldrep@lcboe.net or 478-272-4767.

HOPE REACH Scholarship

ATTENTION ALL BUSINESS PARTNERS. We are looking for area businesses to support the HOPE REACH Scholarship for the 2018-2019 school year. Each year, Laurens County can select up to three upcoming 8th graders to receive this honor. The school system is responsible for raising $1500 of the scholarship per student through partnerships with local businesses.The state will fund the remaining $8500 per student. In order for the student to receive the scholarship to pursue post-secondary options upon graduation, he/she must maintain acceptable grades, attendance, and behavior. If you are interested in helping us grow tomorrow's leaders, please complete the form and return by June 30, 2018. As always, thanks for your support.  

Click HERE for Partnership Form