Harpers Ferry Middle School
1710 West Washington Street
Harpers Ferry, West Virginia 25425
FAX 304-535-6986 

Eric Vandell, Principal


  • Summer Camp Information from the Potomac Valley Audubon Society: information on local camps.

    Student Climate & Conservation Congress: ages 14-18, @ NCTC in Shepherdstown, WV;http://www.greenschoolsalliance.org/students/student-climate-conservation-congress-sc3

    Nature Photography Camp: ages 14-17 (entering grades 9-12), @ Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV.http://www.potomacaudubon.org/photcamp 

    Audubon Discovery Camp: ages 5-12, near Shepherdstown and Charles Town,http://www.PotomacAudubon.org/discovercamp 

    For more information and to apply for a scholarship, go to:

    http://www.PotomacAudubon.org/scholarships or call @304-676-8739

    Deadlines to apply ranges from April 8th -10th.

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  • Important Track Notice!

    Tiger Track on Wed, April 1st at Warm Springs
    Due to the Four Team Track Meet at Warms Springs, We can only take the top 2 runners in each event. Runners that don't go will practice at HFMS 3:00 to 4:30 and the whole team will run in the next meet on April 16th at CTMS.
    Team Pictures will be Taken on April 14th! 
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  • Kristian Moore wins 3rd place regional Social Studies Fair    

     Reg SS Fair
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    Tigers on Trail
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  • Congratulations to Mrs. D'Angelo, HFMS Service Personnel of the year!

     Service Personnel
    Mrs. D'Angelo has worked for Jefferson County Schools for 24 years in various positions. She has worked at Harpers Ferry for 10 years - 6 when it was Harpers Ferry Junior High and the the last 4 years as Harpers Ferry Middle School.  She's been married for 33 years to her husband, Jeff and has two sons, Randy and Kevin.  All of her family attended Harpers Ferry - same building just under different names.  Her parents, her husband's parents and her husband attended Harpers Ferry High School.  She and her two sons attended Harpers Ferry Junior High School.  Once a tiger... always a tiger!

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    Quinlan Keyes and board president, Scott Sudduth honor Quinlan’s Certificate of Excellence for advancing as a semifinalist to the National Geographic State Bee. 
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  • Congratulations to Mrs. Dunkin, HFMS Teacher of the Year

     HFMS Teacher of the Year  
    This is Mrs. Dunkin's 10th year teaching in Jefferson County.  This is her 2nd year at HFMS. She teachers 6th grade honors and general math. I love teaching and want my students to love learning as well. I especially have a lot of Harpers Ferry school spirit because I went to school here as a teenager, and as a result, I have fond memories.  Besides teaching at HFMS she is on the LSIC Committee, the Curriculum Chair for Math, and on the Leadership Committee, she has been on county leadership teams, have led many county teacher workshops, she taught 5th grade for 8 years, and was Teacher of the Year for Blue Ridge Elementary in 2009.
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  • Regional Science Fair  

    The following Harpers Ferry students participated in the RESA VIII Regional Science Fair on March 17, 2015. We are excited to announce that all nine of our students placed or received honorable mentions. Zachary Kelly also received the Paul Saab Award, which is given annually to only one student in the Regional Fair.

    Sierra Knott, 3rd place

    Dominic Thompson, 3rd place

    Zach Kelly, 1st place

    Amanda Butcher, Honorable mention

    Cameron Henderson, 3rd place

    Zach Knott, Honorable mention

    Mikayla Offutt, 2nd place

    Kylie Demsey, 2nd place

    Zavier Thompson, 2nd place

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  • Congratulations to Kami Viands, HFMS Spelling Bee Winner for 2nd Year!

    Kami Viands Spelling Bee  
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  • HFMS Students, Kristian Moore and Zach Knott, attend Youth Leadership Seminar in Charleston

     Please see the Newsletter for Article
    Zach and Kristian   
    Zach Knott and Kristian Moore with WV Delegates Paul Espinosa and Jill Upson at WV Capitol March 3, 2015 
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