Columbia Middle School
739 Morse Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
7:30 to 4:00
Welcome to Columbia Middle School -- Home of the Bulldogs!
At CMS, we are guided by three pillars: Strong Instructional Practice, Social-Emotional Learning and Safe School Environment.
Our efforts have been recognized -- CMS was awarded the Hoffmann Award from Santa Clara County in 2014, and most recently, the California Gold Ribbon Award (previously known as Distinguished School) in May of 2015!
We are extremely proud of our students, staff, and community, and hope that you can be a part of it! If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 522-8247.
Want to learn to cook? Build a hovercraft? Get help with homeowork? Star in a musical? Learn to knit? CMS is excited to offer all of these opportunities in our after school "Beyond the Bell" programs! Click here to learn about the different course offerings. Beyond the Bell courses begin the week of January 14th.
Students at Columbia Middle School were delighted Oct. 16, 2018, when San Jose Sharks player Evander Kane and SJ Sharkie helped them try on their brand new glasses.
Students learned about jobs in STEM and the local history of the company
Whether they are operating their own soap business at Sunnyvale Middle School, maintaining the garden at Columbia Middle, or making their infamous K9 Crunchies dog biscuits at the Fremont Union High School District Office, Sunnyvale students with disabilities are building the vocational and social skills they need to be successful when they enter the workforce.
Acknowledge Alliance recognized CMS's Rob Felicano as an outstanding educator and honored him for his dedication to Sunnyvale youth at its 10th annual Forget-Me-Not awards
The ongoing series of free after school STEM workshops have covered engineering, circuit design, wearable technology, electrical systems, and animation.
On October 14, 2016, students at Columbia Middle School experienced the unique opportunity to learn about 3D printing, laser cutting projects and more thanks to a visit from the Mobile Maker Lab from Santa Clara University.
To help increase young women’s interest in STEM subjects, the Sunnyvale Public Library decided to bring its Make-HER hands-on STEM learning program for women and girls to Columbia Middle School this fall for a special 5-week after school program.
The Sunnyvale Sun recently featured an article on CMS's music teacher, Warren Scott.
Two Columbia Middle School students and a CMS science teacher went to Space Camp this summer, participating in activities such as building and launching rockets, experiencing weightlessness in an astronaut-training simulator and simulating space travel preparation. The trip was made possible by the Northrop Grumman Foundation.
Scott received the Community Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts July 9
Columbia Middle and Vargas Elementary were the beneficiaries of work done by 600 volunteers from Beautiful Day, an organization that connects churches, business and community groups to local schools for renovation projects.