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3014 Sealy Avenue, Galveston, TX 77550

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Welcome to Central Middle School

School Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm 

Breakfast starting at 7:45 am | Main Office Hours 7:55 am to 3:30 pm 

Students are encouraged to arrive at school by 7:45 a.m. to prepare for the school day. Breakfast will be served from 7:45 a.m.-8:00 a.m. 


Early Pick up Policy:  Picking up students prior to regular dismissal time is extremely disruptive to the class and your child's education. No child can be checked out of school after 3:15 pm.  

Cell phone Policy: Cell phones/Electronic devices are allowed on campus, but must be turned completely OFF upon entering the building. Cell phones/ Electronic devices must remain OFF and not visible while in the building. If a cell phone/electronic device is picked up, a parent must pick up the phone/ electronic devices and pay a $15.00 fee. These devices may be used in the classroom for instructional purposes ONLY as directed by the teacher and must be turned off and not visible at the conclusion of classroom activity.


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Dress Code


Pants: Must be khaki or black for all grade levels. NO JOGGERS. NO SHORTS. *Belts are required. 

Polo style Shirts: 5th Grade: Dark Green   6th Grade: Red   7th Grade: Navy Blue   8th Grade: Black *T-shirts are not permitted as replacements.  

Sweaters: Must be SOLID COLOR and same color of their uniform shirts. Example: 8th grade wears a Black polo shirt, therefore the sweater must be Solid black. NO HOODIES. NO STRIPES, NO DESIGNS. 

PE Uniform: Grey T-Shirt, Blue or Black knee length shorts & Closed toe sneakers.

Backpacks: Must be see-through, clear or MESH only.

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Central Middle School Your School of Choice


  • Mission Statement

    To deliver quality instruction that trains students to understand clearly, think deeply and make responsible decisions as they engage in a digitally-based global community in preparation for High School, College and Careers.

    Vision Statement

    To be an exemplary 21st Century Learning Community that develops all students in knowledge, skills and character prepares them to be globally competitive in an increasingly complex world.


    Student Academic Achievement and Safety is our # 1 priority—NO EXCUSES!



District Announcements

  • Student Return Dates

    Student Return Dates

    The Galveston ISD Board of Trustees voted on September 16, 2020 to adjust the previously announced return dates for on-site students regarding certain grade levels.

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  •  Returning to Learning

    Returning to Learning

    Our Returning to Learning web page will provide updated information about how Galveston ISD is preparing for a safe return to the fall of the 2020-2021 school year.

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  • Teen Health Clinics

    Teen Health Clinics

    Three Teen Health clinics with exterior doors have reopened on Monday, March 23. They will begin making appointments for children who do not have any symptoms or contacts that could indicate a Coronavirus case. Appointments are required until further notice and patients will be screened on the phone and at the door.

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  • State Representative Mayes Middleton offers a personal Congratulations to Central for 6 Distinction Designation accomplisment. 

    Dr. Lewis

    TEA Commissioner Mike Morath & Dr. Lewis 

    Thursday, October 10th, 2019 was an excellent opportunity to reconnect with colleagues and build new partnerships. During The Texas Partnership Opportunity event Mike Morath offered insight on Innovation relevant for the Now & Future. A personal invitation was extended to visit Central MS in Galveston. 


    Dr. Lewis

    Relentless advocacy of innovation & equity for children of color

    Proud to Partner with this amazing human being-Dr. John B. King Jr. former Secretary of Education (Obama Administration).As President & CEO of The Education Trust-he shared his relentless advocacy of innovation & equity for children of color. A personal invitation was extended to visit Central MS GalvestonISD. He accepted!#unstoppable

    Dr. Lewis & Dr. King

    Central making History being featured as a Demonstration Campus at TABSE

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    City of Galveston Proclamation

    A Surprise Announcement by City of Galveston’s Mayor Pro Tem Dr. Brown; A Proclamation! Declaring 8/31 as Central Media Arts Academy Faculty & Staff Appreciation Day!

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