BOREL MISSION STATEMENT
The Borel Middle School staff will hold itself accountable to high levels of achievement for all students as determined by state, national and International Baccalaureate standards. We will strive to develop the whole child, helping students to grow intellectually, socially, ethically and culturally. Borel Middle School is committed to meeting the unique academic and social needs of a diverse student body through a comprehensive system of instruction and support in a nurturing, caring and safe environment.
FALL SPORTS KICK-OFF NIGHT! Mandatory for ALL fall Borel athletes, 9/15 at 6:00
All flag football, x-country and volleyball players must attend. Event will begin at 6:00. Bring the family along with your athlete for some food and mingling followed by a short meeting with our Athletic Director, player/parent registration and i... Continue
SAVE THE DATE!! Sport Fun Run - 9/27/14 from 3-6pm at the Aragon High School Track
After-school sports are critical to the well-being of our children and our community, but they are not free. Hundreds of Abbott, Bayside (STEM), Borel and Bowditch children need your help and participation in the Fun Run. More details and pledge f... Continue
Traffic Letter from the San Mateo Police Department (English & Spanish)
BOREL Teen Back-to-School BASH!
All Borel 6th, 7th, & 8th Graders are invited to a FUN party! Saturday, September 13th, 5-8PM @ THE VIBE, 670 Shell Blvd., Foster City. $35 per student, $40 after Sept 7th (100% tax deductible - all proceed... Continue
BOREL ATHLETICS - Tryout Information
In order to tryout, you MUST turn in a signed permission form the day of tryouts to the coaches. Students will NOT be allowed to tryout or participate without their signed form.
English: http://bms-smfc-ca.schoolloop.com/fi... Continue
2014-2015 Student Supply List
IB Learner Profile Word of the Month: Reflective
Hanging in just about every Borel classroom are the International Baccalaureate Learner Profile terms. These terms reflect the aims of the IB program: to develop the whole child; to encourage ...more