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Étude Middle School

Current Students & Families

Please use our Community Page for information from our main office, our Blog for updates on student projects and events, and our Calendar to plan ahead. We are now using Skyward student information system.

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS : June 11th - August 31st | Monday - Friday 7:45 am  - 4:15 pm

REGISTRATION DATES & TIMES: Registration is a required step for all families. Online registration is available starting August 1st. New students and those wanting to register in our office can do so during the following times: August 7th - 12:00 - 6:00pm & August 8th - 7:30am - 12:00 


SHORELINE METRO: Beginning July 2nd, all students can ride the city bus for free! No school ID needed until October. Our school is one block from the transfer point and accessible by every route. (Route Map) Please consider taking the bus to meet us this summer for Maker Break and this fall as your ride to school!

PICTURE DAY: Tuesday, September 4th. Online ordering is available here.

Enrollment Information

SASD families interested in enrolling their child at Étude Middle School for the 2018-19 school year should complete an Intradistrict/Charter School Transfer Request Form. Families residing outside the SASD should complete an Open Enrollment Application online. Please visit the SASD Enrollment Page for more information or contact our enrollment coordinator, Erica Brown, at ebrown@etudegroup.org. 

Learn How We Learn

As your child grows, and your family looks toward the next step in their lifelong relationship with learning, know that we share your passion and commitment to nurturing and growing beautiful young minds. In this spirit, we invite you to join us for a school tour or information meeting, to learn how we learn. See event dates on our enrollment page.

Exhibitions of Learning

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Abi S. Feature Spring 2016


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Summer 2017

Field Studies

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Maywood Fall 2016


National Arts Education Week: A Look at Dance

Our school is fortunate to be one of the only schools in the area that offers dance as a content area taught during the normal school day. We teach dance Kindergarten through grade 12 and use dance/movement as an art form that used to communicate ideas, as well as, a tool for calming students through our yoga and Movement and Learning work. As people become more sedentary in general, it is important that we find ways throughout a students’ school career to remind them of the powerful impact of movement.

Read more about National Arts Education Week: A Look at Dance .

National Arts in Education Week: The Arts at Étude

As I write this blog, I am surrounded by the sounds of students creating music, the sight of students creating their own dances, and drama students working through their own scripts and improv pieces. At first look, it is a bit chaotic, but after further observation, it is productive chaos. Each student is engaged in doing something; not tacitly learning, but involved in thoughtful dialogue with other students and teachers. The arts inherently do this. The arts engage a child in a holistic approach to learning unlike other subjects. This is why the arts are core to what we do at the schools of the Étude Group. As we kick off National Arts Education Week[https://www.americansforthearts.org/sites/default/files/images/2015/by_program/networks-and-councils/arts_education_network/BILLS-111hconres275enr.pdf] I want to use this week to share with you the transformative impact the arts have played within our schools.

Read more about National Arts in Education Week: The Arts at Étude .

The First Week

We have had a busy week since our first day of school team building activities commenced on Tuesday! On Wednesday, Students had the opportunity to preview their seminars which include Contemporary Dance, Ensemble, Visual Narratives, Discovering STEM, and Playwriting. These previews gave students a hands on glimpse into what the course might be like so that they could make an informed choice about which seminar fits their interests best for this semester. Students also participated in their first Town Hall, a time each Wednesday where the whole school gathers to discuss school culture, build community, and showcase their work. During the first town hall, each advisory shared a vision of what they would like town hall to be like and the expectations they had for their peers to follow in order to make town hall an engaging space for all.

Read more about The First Week.



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Enrollment Meeting
When: December 13 2018 - December 13 2018
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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Middle School/High School Shadow Day
When: December 18 2018 - December 18 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

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Early Release - Winter Recess
When: December 21 2018 - December 21 2018
Time: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm