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Welcome to
 Windsor Mill Middle School
Magnet School for Global Communications

Magnet | Lighthouse | AVID School

“A School Where Achievement is Limitless!”

MISSIONWMMS seeks to develop balanced, caring, and empathetic students with a curiosity of the diverse, interconnected, intercultural world around them through inquiry, reflection, and development of 21st century skills. 

WMMS students and staff communicate, collaborate, and problem-solve to be a beacon of Global Citizenship.

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Parent-Teacher Conferences
 will be held
Wednesday, October 21st between 9am-12pm.

Click on the links below to sign up for a time slot for the teacher you would like to meet with.

Virtual meetings will last a maximum of 15 min. and give you an opportunity to discuss your child's progress at the mid-point of the first quarter. 

Conferences are LIMITED and will be scheduled based on a first-come basis. All others will need to be scheduled directly with Teachers at a later date.

To sign up for a conference with your student’s teacher, please follow these steps:

  1. Find the teacher you would like to meet with.
  2. Click the time slot you’d like to reserve.
  3. Click submit and sign up at the bottom.
  4. Enter your student’s First name and Last initial in the comment bar.
  5. Enter your first name, last name, and email address.
  6. Click “sign up now.”
  7. Please only sign in for the slot you reserved.

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Learn more about the magnet application process!
Saturday, September 26, 2020 
Choose a session: 10 a.m. or 1:00 p.m.

Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Choose a session: 10 a.m. or 6:30 p.m.

Programs will be held virtually. Parents may register on the BCPS Magnet Programs' Website - to 
receive an email invitation to the event.


The following dates are LIVE instructional days. Please make sure you log into your classes on the following dates:

September 30th, October 14th, November 4th, November 25th, December 23rd & January 20th


Click HERE to learn more about Baltimore County Public School Magnet Programs. Click on any school of interest and specific programs to watch the video and get more information. Applications are open from September 16th, 2020 until November 6th, 2020. Click HERE to apply.





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Virtual School Schedule

Click HERE for a downloadable pdf


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Click HERE for the virtual school supply list


Click HERE for Schoology Login Directions



To view a recording of the virtual Back to School Night for each grade please see the directions below.


WMMS VIRTUAL Back to School Day dates, times and information is listed below. Please RSVP by August 21st using this link:


6th grade student/parents: click HERE for the WMMS Grade 6 Virtual Tour

7th grade students/parents: click HERE for the WMMS Grade 7 Virtual Tour

8th grade students/parents: click HERE for the WMMS Grade 8 Virtual Tour

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Click HERE for Water Sample Results



Click HERE for the Office of Magnet Programs where you will find Magnet Applications, Magnet Brochures, and High School Assessment Guidelines.

For more information about WMMS Magnet School and/or International Baccalaureate contact:
Phone: 410-887-0618 | Magnet Info - April Magin -
IB Questions - Rafe Park -

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In order to be eligible to play sports for this upcoming school year, your child must turn in these completed forms to Mr. Berkowitz. Click on each form below to open the links.

Please click HERE for the 2020-2021 Sports Announcement.

1. Physical Examination Form
2. Athletic Permit Form
3. Sudden Cardiac Arrest
4. Concussion Awareness Information

A physical examination form is good for one calendar year; students playing multiple sports during the year do not need to get a new physical every season. Any questions can be directed to the Athletic Advisor - Mr. Berkowitz at


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Click HERE to learn how to create a myBCPS account to access Schoology.


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Windsor Mill Middle School is 1 of 7 middle schools in Baltimore County that is a Lighthouse School. Lighthouse schools lead the way for Students and Teachers Accessing Tomorrow (S.T.A.T.). 

What is S.T.A.T?

S.T.A.T is the multi-year transformation of BCPS into a complete 21st century technology learning environment to prepare globally-competitive graduates. BCPS is first redesigning curriculum in the core content areas to redefine what instruction will look like in a blended learning environment, while placing a stronger emphasis on critical thinking and analytical skills. This transformation is necessary to provide personalized learning to our increasingly diverse student population at a time when the economy requires more from out students for future success.

The Lighthouse schools are the first in the system to receive digital learning devices for students; implement one-to-one personalized and blending learning; and create an innovative, comprehensive digital learning culture. Lighthouse Schools also serve as model demonstration sites, with a Teacher Leader Corp (TLC) turning their classrooms into learning labs. 

ALL students will receive a laptop device and messenger bag to serve as their digital notebook and storage.  This will greatly reduce the need for large binders, notebook paper, etc.  Please purchase grade supplies accordingly.


Lighthouse and WMMS stories:



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In 2016 Windsor Mill Middle School was named one of 8 expansion middle schools in Baltimore County to teach AVID. The 2017-18 school year is our first year offering AVID as an elective course for all three grades. In addition, Windsor Mill also promotes a school-wide program that encompasses several aspects of AVID to include the WICOR Strategy, Cornell Notes, and promotion of literacy across the curriculum.

AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the achievement gap by preparing all students for college and other postsecondary opportunities. Established more than 35 years ago with one teacher in one classroom, AVID today impacts nearly 1.5 million students in 46 states and 16 other countries/territories.

Simply, AVID trains educators to use proven practices in order to prepare students for success in high school, college, and a career, especially students traditionally underrepresented in higher education.

What is WICOR?


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AVID Mission

Baltimore County Public Schools' newest middle school, Windsor Mill, opened for students on August 28, 2006. Located in the southwest region of Baltimore County, the community served by Windsor Mill includes Stevens Wood, Liberty Manor, Mayfield Woods, Merrymount, et. al

Windsor Mill Middle is one of seven Lighthouse Middle Schools in BCPS. It is also a Professional Development School with UMBC. In 2017, our school was named a new AVID site, dedicated to closing the achievement gap by preparing all students for college and other post-secondary opportunities.  

The faculty, parents, community and business partners of Windsor Mill Middle School will work together to ensure that students receive an education that fosters a positive, learning environment founded on tolerance, respect and nurturing in order to produce students who are technologically savvy, independent thinkers and pursuers of lifelong learning. The WMMS staff is working to educate students and fulfill its motto that "Achievement is Limitless."