• "Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming."  -Coach John Wooden
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  • Please help us to reduce the number of unexcused absences.  Please turn in an excuse for the days your child is absent from school.  Excuses must be turned in to the office within five school days after the date of the absence.  Thank you in advance for your assistance and attention with this matter.  

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 864-3370.   
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Welcome To Long Beach Middle School

Welcome to Long Beach Middle School and thank you for visiting our website. We have a wonderful school, full of activity and learning both in and out of the classroom. Below is some general information that may be of interest to you.

~~Breakfast is served every morning from 7:30 a.m. until the first bell rings. The cost is $1.50 for Breakfast. Lunch is $2.50 for the day or $12.50 for the week. 

Daily Bell Schedule:
            7:55       First Bell Rings 
  8:00 - 9:03    First Period
  9:07-10:10   Second Period
10:10-10:22   BREAK
10:26-11:29   Third Period
11:33- 1:06     Fourth Period (includes lunch)
  1:10- 2:13     Fifth Period
  2:17- 3:20     Sixth Period
This year, Long Beach Middle School's PBIS theme is @LBMS PRIDE is our SUPERPOWER. We ask that each student have PRIDE by being respectful, having integrity, being dependable and putting forth your best effort!


Middle School Football Honors

Congratulations to all the LBMS Football Individual Award Winners
7th Gr Winners
 7th Grade Honorees
(Front Row L to R) Offensive Skill Player and Defensive MVP, D'lijah Robinson; Offensive Most Improved, Johnny Pham; Offensive Lineman, Kwan Perkins; Coaches' Award, D'Alan King
(Back Row L to R) Defensive Skill Player, JR McFarland; Offensive MVP, Dyvonne McCord; Heart Award, Marcus Martin; Defensive Most Improved, Keon Handley; Defensive Lineman, Adam Krol 
  8th Grade Honorees
(Front Row L to R)  Coaches' Award, Dalton Cook; Offensive Skill Player, Tyree Peters; Offensive Most Improved, Roderick Walker; Bearcat Award, Cade Crosby; Heart Award, Chris Jamison
(Back Row L to R) Defensive Skill Player, Jonathan Dedeaux; Offensive Lineman, Camron Matthews; Defensive Lineman, Kobe Cook; Defensive Most Improved, Lonnie Sanders; Offensive MVP, Jervey Foxworth; Defensive MVP, JayQwan McCall 


The mission of the Long Beach Middle School is to design, develop and implement educational programs that meet the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical needs of each student. These programs will encourage academic development as well as prepare our students to be self-assured, self-reliant, and lifelong learners.

Vision Statement

The students, staff, and parents of Long Beach Middle School, in partnership with the community, will provide students with a successful academic and social transition from elementary to high school based upon state and federal grade level expectations. Our goal is to prepare all of our students to meet the challenges they face in an ever changing world. 


1. We believe all students can learn.
2. We insist students learn and we will provide guidance and support to ensure success.
3. Our curriculum will be relevant, challenging, integrative, and exploratory.
4. A safe and supportive environment will exist in our middle school.
5. Ongoing utilization of best instructional processes will be used in each subject area.
6. A consistent and ongoing assessment and evaluation of our programs will promote quality learning.
7. We will engage in collaborative teaming and leadership.