Borel Middle School


MIssion <br />statement

The Borel Middle School staff will hold itself accountable to high levels of achievement for all students. We will strive to develop the whole child to grow intellectually, socially, ethically and culturally.  Read more about Borel



Borel’s curriculum and instructional practices are aligned with California State standards. We emphasize standards ­based instruction to meet the needs of students. Read more about our curriculum

We Are One

We Are One

“We are One Month” highlights our commitment to build a positive, safe school where we listen to one another and review tools to spread kindness and prevent bullying.

Read more about the Borel covenant



SPORT is an organization that provides funds for our after school sports programs including: Cross Country, Golf, Volleyball, Flag Football, Basketball, Track & Field, Tennis, and Soccer. Read more about SPORT



The Borel Music Program is well known! Music students participate in area Festivals and we even visited our sister school, Dai-Kyu Junior High in Toyonaka, Japan in 2015.  Read more about the Broel Music Program



Borel Drama Dream Theatre will strive to develop the whole child, helping students to grow intellectually, socially, ethically and culturally through theater arts. Read more about Borel Drama Dream Theatre



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School climate influences critical stakeholder behaviors such as communication, problem-solving, and accountability, these factors affect students/parents/employees’ ability to work effectively. The Six Seconds Education Vital Signs Survey (EVS) creates a school climate snapshot measuring the climate factors that influence learning, involvement, safety and thriving. Please complete the parent/guardian survey by Feb. 21st. 
To complete the survey, please click here!

Facilities Master Plan Survey

*If you cannot attend the Facilities Meeting on Feb. 24 from 3:00 - 4:00 in the Borel library, please provide your suggestions about facility needs at our school--repair, replacement, new or additional--using one of the links below.

Click here for the survey - English / Spanish


Treat yourself to a lovely afternoon with friends at the Borel’s 14th Annual TableArt Luncheon, Sunday, March 8th, 11:00am - 2:00pm, Borel Library!

                                                                  Table Art

Borel's Annual TableArt Luncheon has become one of the PTA's most attended, loveliest and most successful fundraisers! Each year the library becomes a backdrop for beautifully decorated tables each in a unique theme created and designed by Borel’s community of parents, students, and staff. 

Guests will enjoy:

  • A lovely sit down luncheon
  • A silent auction
  • Pop-up boutique featuring merchandise from local artisan vendors
  • Raffle prizes
  • The artistry of 14 colorful and beautifully designed tabletops
  • Entertainment from talented Borel students


Tickets are $50/person.  PURCHASE NOW
Click here to help set-up, check-in/out guests, clean up, or serve guests. Borel students can earn community service hours.
To donate to the silent auction/raffle, please contact Jennifer Roberts (
Interested in designing a table but need some theme suggestions, click here.  Contact Christine Wilson ( for more information.

Support our School

Visit our PTA Website for information about becoming a Bobcat Booster  

2019-2020 Important Dates

  • Feb. 20 - PTA Parent Ed Night - Positive Psychology Seminar @ 7:00, Bayside Performing Arts Center
  • Feb. 21 - EVS Survey Window Closes
  • Feb. 24 - School Site Council Meeting (Facilities Master Plan Meeting), 3:00
  • Feb. 25 - Family Science Night, 6:00 - 8:00
  • March 6 - High School Orientation, 9:00 (8th grade students ONLY)
  • March 8 - PTA TableArt Luncheon, 11:00
  • March 10 - ELAC Meeting, 8:15
  • March 14 - Expanding Your Horizons
  • March 18 - Cultural Food Fair, 5:00 - 7:00
  • View the full calendar 



Click here to read the Superintendent's September 2019 Project Update - English / Spanish