Maryville Middle School (Tennessee)
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|Maryville Junior High School|
|805 Montvale Station Road
Maryville, Tennessee, Blount County, 37803
|Motto||"Make it a great day or not, the choice is yours"|
|School district||Maryville City Schools|
|Vice principal||Steve Dockery, Alan Fair|
|Number of students||776|
|Education system||Maryville City Schools|
|School color(s)||Red and Black|
|Sports||Basketball, Football, Cheerleading, Volleyball, Track, and Tennis|
|Rival||Alcoa Middle School|
|Yearbook||Paws and Reflect|
|School fees||$45 Plus Elective Fee|
|Feeder to||Maryville High School|
Maryville Junior High School is a public middle school in Maryville, Blount County, Tennessee. The school, founded in 1956, teaches 776 students in grades eight and nine (Starting 2012-2013). As of the 2011 to 2012 school year, the school principal is Lisa McGinley. The school mascot is the Bulldog. The school's motto is "make it a great day or not, the choice is yours," as well as the motto for the 2011-2012 school year, "we are responsible for the energy we create."
Demographically, the school is 93% Caucasian, 3% African American, 2% Asian, and the remainder Hispanic, Native American and Pacific Islander.  One quarter of the school is eligible for free or reduced lunches.
Elective subjects offered at the school include Art, Shop, Drama, Chorus, Band, Orchestra, Learning Labs, Intervention and Reading, Yearbook, and Newspaper.
Some of the after school clubs and activities that are offered include Bass Club, Broadcast Club (FYI Club), Builders Club, Art Club, Junior Beta, Wind Ensemble, and boys and girls sports. After graduating the Ninth grade, students will go to Maryville High School.
- Maryville Junior High School official website
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- Maryville Junior High School profile provided by schooltree.org