Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Auburn Middle School is Fauquier County's fifth and newest middle school. Opened in August of 2004, Auburn houses students in grades 6-8. Located on Riley Road in the Warrenton area, Auburn's four feeder elementary schools are Greenville, C. Hunter Ritchie, P.B. Smith, and H.M. Pearson.

Auburn is the home of the Wildcats! Our school colors are Midnight Blue, Country Blue, and White. Students, staff, and visitors will see our colors throughout the building--in the floor tile, the lockers, the gym wall padding, and the office carpet, among various other areas.

We educate approximately 570 eager and enthusiastic students each day. Auburn's staff of approximately 65 licensed and classsified members know our purpose is to provide a safe, clean, structured learning environment for our students.

Approximately 10% of our students receive targeted assistance in programs for students with disabilities, and nearly 20% receive enrichment learning in our Gifted and Talented program. Our ethnic make-up is 94% white, 5% African American, and 1% Hispanic. Students are assigned to teams, and there are two teams per grade level. All students take language arts, math, science, and social studies on team. Additionally, all students take PE and their choice of exploratory classes. Our exploratory classes include art, business, technology, and work/family studies. We also offer band, chorus, and orchestra.

We have exceptional resources. Our library is well stocked and technologically advanced. We have fifteen Internet-connected computers, as well as a variety of print resources such as magazines, journals, and reference books. Technology abounds, with three fixed labs and mobile carts containing 64 wireless laptops.

In addition to our academic offerings, we also offer athletic and extra curricular opportunities. Students may participate in a variety of sports, including football, basketball, cheerleading, volleyball, and soccer. Extra-curricular activities include yearbook, art club, Battle of the Books, and National Junior Honor Society.
 
Go Wildcats!