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*** Congratulations Mr. Hitch -- 2015 BMS Teacher of the Year ***

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Today, 8/4/2015
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Welcome to Belton Middle

The mission of Belton Middle School, in partnership with the total community, is to develop the potential that exists in every student by instilling integrity and respectable character, promoting perseverance and self-direction, and cultivating interpersonal skills and work ethic through a global perspective.

Josh Burton

My Values and Beliefs   


2015-2016 BMS Supply List(1)
New Student Registration

Belton Middle School will hold New Student Registration on August 5, 2015 from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.  This will be for students new to Anderson School District Two.  Please call Belton Middle School at 864-369-4712 with any questions.

School Improvement Council Report to Parents 2015

BMS Report to Parents 2014-2015.doc

Parent Survey

Please take a moment to complete this survey.  We value your feedback.

Stay Connected To Your Child's School

The SchoolWay app provides school activity updates, assignments, and important school alerts. Available on any device with a web browser. 

Follow this link to download the SchoolWay app.


 Parent/Student Portal


Follow your child's grades, absences and other information by following the link above to our PowerSchool Parent Portal. If you'd like, you may access the site from the computers in our media center. Please call 369-4702 before you arrive to ensure availability, and stop by the office before coming to the media center. 


The Anderson County Human Relations Council has named Gabriel Campbell as a recipient of the 2015 Cory White Diversity Award in recognition of his efforts to promote the qualities of diversity and acceptance within their communities.

The Cory White Diversity Award program was established by the Anderson County HRC to honor the memory of the student designer of the Anderson County Human Relations Council logo, Cory White. It was only after Cory’s tragic death in an automobile accident that the HRC became aware of what an outstanding young man he was. He demonstrated his love and acceptance of all people and went out of his way to make others feel important and valued. The HRC established the Cory White Diversity Award to honor his memory and recognize young people within the community who share his values and strong character. Area schools are invited to nominate students who make a positive impact on peers, teachers, and /or school staff in the areas of human rights, special needs and disabilities, and/or cultural inclusion and acceptance.

Winner of the
Palmetto Gold Award, 2012-2013, 2010-2011
Palmetto Silver Award, 2011-2012, 2009-2010
Schools to Watch, 2009-2010

These awards programs recognize and reward schools for attaining high levels of absolute performance, for attaining high rates of growth, and for making substantial progress in closing the achievement gap.

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Box Tops for Education

Reminder:   Belton Middle School participates in Box Tops for Education. By saving and turning in the BTFE Logo on many common products and foods you can enable your child's school to get cash for items that are desperately needed.

For a list of products and foods (CLICK HERE) 
For more information (CLICK HERE)