• Old Town Middle School

    Grades 6 - 8

    210 Sunnybrook Road

    Ridgeland, MS 39157

    Telephone: 601-898-8730

     Fax: 601-853-8108

    Website: otmstitans.com

     Facebook: Old Town Middle School PTO



    Principal: Levi Robinson


    Assistant Principals: 

    Blanca Ramirez

    Jamison Stokes

    Carie Lyall


    Attendance:  Jennifer Luckett                                    jen208@madison-schools.com

    Secretary:   Jessica Scowcroft                                  jscowcroft@madison-schools.com

    Data Entry/ Records Clerk:  Cherryl Kelly               ckelly@madison-schools.com

    Bookkeeper:  LaTonia Buchanan                             lat136@madison-schools.com


    Welcome to Old Town Middle School:

    We are located in Ridgeland, Mississippi, which is a suburb of Jackson, Mississippi.  Our school was built in 1996, and it was used as an upper elementary and a middle school. Since the opening of Highland Elementary School, we now have only grades sixth thru eighth in our building. Our current enrollment is 720 students in grades six through eight. For several years, we have received a “B” rating by the Mississippi Department of Education. Our students also excel in a number of extra-curricular activities, including mathematics, music, arts, and athletics.

    We are proud of our school family here at Old Town Middle School.  Please call 601-898-8730 if you would like to tour our school or need more information.  

    Description of School:

    Required Classes- Math, Science, History, Language Arts, Technology, PE Elective, and Other Elective 

    Carnegie Units- CF 2 (taken in 7th grade), World Geography (taken in 7th grade), Mississippi Studies (taken in 7th grade), Computer Science and Engineering (taken in 8th grade), 8th Grade Math (taken in 8th grade), Spanish (offered in 8th grade), Algebra 1 (offered in 8th grade), and Biology (offered in 8th grade)

    Athletics- Football, Basketball, Track, Cheer, Volleyball, Soccer, Baseball, Swim, Cross Country, Golf, Bowling, Archery, and Tennis

    Electives- Art 1 & 2, Spanish, Yearbook, Band, Choir, and Gifted 

    Student Clubs/Organizations - Beta Club, Technology Student Association (TSA), Student Council, and Robotics Club


    Total certified staff - 62

    Literacy Specialist - 2

    Math Specialist - 2

    Number of staff with a Master’s Degree or higher - 38

    Number of National Board certified staff - 6

    Class Scheduling:

    An eight-period, alternating-day, split- block schedule format is used. Students attend six classes each day with four classes being attended for 94 minutes and two classes being attended for 47 minutes.  This allows students to attend their math and English Language Arts classes daily.

    2023-2024 Bell Schedule


     Grading System:

    Beginning in 2010-2011, all Madison County Schools moved to a modified ten-point grading scale. The letter grade equivalents are as follows:

    A = 90-100, B = 80-89, C = 70-79, D = 65-69, F = 0-64

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