Welcome to Sisters Middle School. Home of the Outlaws.

Sisters Middle School is a safe, caring environment

We encourage respect, service, accountability, trustworthiness, healthy choices, and community spirit.

SMS Staff foster critical thinking and excellence in academic performance

Our coursework inspires creativity and individual expression

We are pleased to develop inquisitive, self-directed learners

Welcome to Outlaw Country

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Home of the Outlaws

Nestled at the base of the Three Sisters mountains in the rural community of Sisters is a unique and incredible school: Sisters Middle School.

At this school, students have the opportunity to choose from classes not offered anywhere else on the west coast: Outdoor Experiential Education, Visual Arts for all grades 5-8, and a very strong Music program. Arts programming is coupled with STEM workshops, which leads to real-world learning. The small class sizes, dynamic teaching staff, and multiple volunteers support students throughout their time as a student here.

All of these uncommon programs in this rare environment makes Sisters Middle School stand out from the crowd.

It’s a great day to be an Outlaw!

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How to be an Outlaw

Monthly Newsletter

The latest Sisters Middle School Principal’s Newsletter is now available.

Monarch Conservation Project

The Monarch Conservation Project fluttered into existence last year and is reach new heights today. Learn more about their famous butterfly: Journey.

We are Sisters Outlaws . . .

. . . committed to being the best that we can while prepared for high school.

We are Sisters Parents . . .

. . . building positive learning communities focused on academic achievement.

We are Sisters Staff . . .

. . . inspiring students to learn and achieve at the highest levels.

We are Community Leaders . . .

. . . committed to supporting education for the next generation.

Notice of Non-Discrimination
Sisters School District is committed to equal opportunity and non-discrimination in all of its educational and employment activities. The District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disability or age in its programs and activities and equal access to the designated youth organizations in the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act.

The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination:
District 504 Contact | Email | 541-923-8260
District Title VI, Title IX, Age Discrimination & American Disabilities Act Contact: | Email | 541-693-5685

View our Discrimination Complaint & Grievance Procedure Information

Public Complaints
Complaint Processes and Procedures
Please refer to the following SSD Policies:
KL – Public Complaints
KL-AR- Public Complaint Procedure