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Lake Oswego Middle School Profile

LOMS is a three-year middle school (grades 6-8) on the north side of Lake Oswego. LOMS provides an inquiry-based and integrated curriculum focused on higher level thinking skills, as well as a broad range of electives and extracurricular opportunities. Attuned to the developmental needs of early adolescents, students are grouped into grade-level teams for block scheduling and maximum teacher support. Lake Oswego Middle School features the following:

  • Grades 6-8
  • Enrollment: approximately 900 students
  • Test scores that consistently rank among the highest in the state
  • Rated an “Outstanding” school by the State of Oregon
  • Low student to teacher ratios
  • Talented and Gifted program with many academic club opportunities
  • “No-cut” after-school athletic programs in cross-country, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, and track
  • A thriving drama program that involves 25% of the student body
  • Emphasis on visual and performing arts, with introductory and advanced art, choir, band, orchestra, guitar, and drumming
  • One-to-one technology for students
  • Feeds into: Lake Oswego High School
  • Feeder Schools: Forest Hills Elementary, Lake Grove Elementary, Oak Creek Elementary


Lake Oswego Middle school is a place where all members of the community relentlessly focus on learning. This learning involves the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that help every student and every adult be productive members of the world.