Yorktown Middle School proudly invites everyone to its First Annual Outdoor Concert/Art Show on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 6:30 pm. Come, see and witness our young patriots display and showcase their talent and artistry!
In Person Bell Schedule
7:00am - 7:30am
7:30am – 7:41am
7:43am – 8:33am
8:36am – 9:24am
9:27am – 10:15am
10:18am – 11:06am
11:09am – 11:57am
12:00pm – 12:48pm
12:51pm – 1:39pm
1:43pm – 2:30pm
The following slide is what a few of our Yorktown Honor Roll Students stated it takes to make honor roll. The responses show the verbs (action words) that are needed to be successful. All of our students at Yorktown are more than capable of engaging in the verbs that are highlighted.
Watch our School Choice Fair video!
A safe, supportive, and academically rigorous environment where individuals reach their full potential by empowering themselves with a growth mindset.
Each student at Yorktown Middle Schools is a 21st century learner who is creative, a critical thinker, collaborator and communicator. Through meaningful relationships, students are empowered for success in a global community.
Administrators and Staff
6th Grade Teachers
7th Grade Teachers
8th Grade Teachers
Nationwide Children's Hospital will be at select Columbus City School locations with their Mobile Care Center from 8:00AM-3:00PM
South HS (1160 Ann St., 43206)
East HS (1500 E. Broad St., 43205)
West HS (179 S. Powell Ave., 43204).
Medical staff can help if children have a sore throat, bad cough, earache, headache, treat asthma, send medication to the pharmacy, as well as connect you with an additional healthcare provider.
Same day appointments are available. Call 614-355-2590 to schedule an appointment. To learn more, visit www.NationwideChildrens.org/Care-Connection.
At last night’s Columbus City Schools Board of Education meeting, Superintendent/CEO Dr. Talisa Dixon announced plans for the 2021-2022 school year that includes students returning to the classroom five days a week for in-person instruction.
Dr. Dixon: "Xenophobia, prejudice, racism, and violence have no place in our society, nor are they acceptable in our school community."