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District Track Meet in Crane

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Upcoming Events


AMS NJHS Induction Ceremony
5:00 PM
AMS Cafeteria



AMS Awards Ceremony
6:30 PM
Alpine ISD Administration Building



AMS 8th Graders to Big Bend
08:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Contact Info

Jeff Henry, Principal
801 Middle School Dr.  Alpine, Texas 79830

(432)837-7720   Fax (432)837-9814
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Alpine Middle School


  Welcome To Alpine Middle School

We Have Things Going On


National Junior Honor Society Induction
The Alpine Middle School’s annual induction ceremony for the Alpine Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society will be held on May 26, at 5:00 pm at the Alpine Middle School Cafeteria.

To be eligible for membership consideration, students must have a cumulative grade average of 90 percent in core subjects. Additionally, members of the 7th and 8th grade classes were evaluated by the faculty for meeting high standards of scholarship, leadership, service, character, and citizenship.

            “National Junior Honor Society members are expected to continue their exemplary contributions to the school and the community.”

2014-2015 Band Awards

Four AMS Band Students Qualify for STATE
Eighteen high school band students qualified for state competition this year; four of those are from Alpine Middle School.  The students will be competing in Austin on May 25th.  Competing from the middle school are Malik Aguilar, Saxophone, Miguel Vega, Baritone, Marie Muniz, French Horn, and Katelyn Lilley, trumpet.

On May 9 the Alpine Middle School 6th and 7th grade bands competed in the Greenwood Music Festival.   Approximately fifteen area bands competed in the band contest and the solo events. Both AMS Bands earned the highest rating of #1. 
Click here to see a full list of all the solo musician winners.    

Congratulations Buck Band


AMS 6th Grade Band Wins 1st at Wink Contest


Alpine City Council Recognizes Alpine Middle School Students winning honors at the
History and Science Fair.

UIL DISTRICT Track Meet held in Crane

Seventh and eighth grade girls both achieve 1st place.  The eighth grade boys won 1st and the seventh grade boys win 3rd. Click to see results

 girls               boys

AMS Athletes Win at Ft. Stockton Track Meet
March 26, 2015

8th Grade Girls win 1st and 7th Grade Girls win 3rd
8th Grade boys win 4th and 7th Grade Boys win 5th

With over 13 seventh grade girls and 16 eighth grade girls and 9 seventh grade boys and 16 eighth grade boys,  Alpine Middle School was victorious Thursday at the Ft. Stockton Relays.  click on the links to view individual winners.  
Girl's List                                                 Boy's List


Alpine Boys and Girls Teams Win Track Meet 

Competing against thirteen teams, the Alpine Middle School athletes won the Track Meet held Friday, March 6.  Winning team totals were:  8th Grade Girls with 242 points, 8th Grade Boys with 195.5 points, 7th Grade Girls with 245 points and the 7th grade boys with 189 points.

Click here for 8th Grade Results                              Click here for 7th Grade Results

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AMS Students successful at History Fair held March 5, 2015

AMS Robotics Teams Win In Odessa

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The AMS robotics teams competed in competition Saturday.  Bringing home second place and advancing to the State competition was The 21's Cheyenne Rondeaux, Angeline DeGuia, Dominic Smith and Hunter Ynostrosa.  Their robot was Recycling Robot:  Making recycling fun and easy. Our third place team was Andre Burling, Matthew Fields, Kacen Groves and Gage Williams. the Brobotics created Food Transport Bot:  Transporting food to remote areas to help reduce starvation

MS Band Students Attend Clinic/Competition in Stanton.      

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Approximately fifty-five students participated in the Science Fair held January 14.  The winners were:

5th Grade – 1st – How Clean Are Your Hands by Ryelyn Skelton                  2nd – The Greenhouse Effect by Kadence Lundely

6th Grade - 1st – Effect of Oral Hygiene Products Upon the Growth of Escherichia Ecoli by Blake Billings                  2nd – Doggy Oral Hygiene by Sydney Anderson
7th Grade – 1st – How Much Energy is in a Food Item by Nayeli Soto           
nd – Plant & CO2 by Mary Anna Roberts
8th Grade – 1st – Best Material for Hover Craft by Tristan Zimmer

Alpine Middle School Students are successful at the Big Bend Livestock Show
Saturday, January 10. Fourteen Alpine Middle School students participated in the Big Bend Livestock Show.
Below are the results.

Macy Molsbee-Grand Champion Goat.  Bria Akers Champion Lightweight Steer. Danni Akers Champion Medium Weight Steer. Shaun Foster Reserve Champion Med. Weight Steer. Kylee Rogers 1st Lt. Wt. Goat. Garrett Bentley 1st Cross Swine. Hayden Goodwin 1st Med. Wt. Goat. April Watley 1st Heavy Wt. Goat. Illeana Lujan 2nd Duroc Swine. Madison Cavness 2nd Hampshire Swine. Noah Wise 2nd Cross Swine. Kathryn Jahn 3rd OPB Swine. Victoria Lancaster 3rd Hampshire Swine. Bo Morris Goat, Sawyer Jackson 3rd Hvy. Wt. Goat. Madison Estepp 4th Med. Wool Lamb. Noah Powell 5th Med. Wool Lamb. Texas Sablatura 7th Lt. Weight Goat. Mary-Anna Roberts 9th Lt. Wt. Goat. Ty Estepp 9th Hvy. Wt. Goat. Nora Carrasco 10th Hvy. Wt. Goat. Mikayla Cross 11th Lt. Wt. Goat.

Saturday, Jan. 17
9:00 - 2:00


Texas Education Agency
2013 - 2014 School Report Card
Alpine Middle School

Click here for Full Report

17 AMS Band Students Qualify for All Region Band
Click here for details


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AMS Robotics Teams Competed in Odessa 

click here for information

AISD Honored our Veterans
Thank You

We realize that Freedom is not Free

Attending the program were approximately sixty veterans, Alpine ISD students and staff and many Alpine citizens. The featured speaker, veteran Bob Steel, gave an interesting and entertaining talk retelling "WAR" stories of his father and friends;  these are things we don't  always learn in class.  The program was presided over by many Alpine students who did an outstanding job.

 PTO Fundraiser

6.5” dia -  Magnets

$5.00 Supports AMS

GREAT FOR: Cars, Refrigerators Dishwashers, Filing cabinets, BBQ pits,
Anywhere you want to support Bucks

Get them in the AMS Office

AMS 7th Graders participated in the Lion's Club Poster Contest.
 The theme was Love, Peace and Understanding.  The

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winners were 1st Destiny Huerta, 2nd April Watley, 3rd Hayden Goodwin.  Honorable Mention went to Deanna Payne, alexis Ramos, Victoria Carrasco, Andre Burling and Tristan Griffin.



  Parents -- Facts About Ebola   
English/Spanish-   click here


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Working together to make our students successful!
Join Alpine ISD, and Alpine Public Library for this helpful workshop. Click for details