Welcome to King Middle School 

King Middle School serves the most racially, ethnically, and economically diverse neighborhoods in the state of Maine. More than 120 of King's approximately 500 students speak 28 languages and come from 17 countries.

King Middle School is dedicated to the idea that we can create a school where all kids succeed at a high level. Our school wide model is Expeditionary Learning. Our students engage in eight to twelve week experiential learning expeditions. These expeditions are in-depth and interdisciplinary in nature and require students to engage in sophisticated research, use the community in authentic ways, and represent their knowledge with high quality products which are presented to legitimate audiences.
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Revised Proposal for School Start and End Times
Posted on 04/09/2015
The Portland Board of Public Education is considering a newly revised schedule of elementary and middle school start and end times for the 2015-2016 school year. The latest bell schedule, which was presented to the school board at a workshop on Tuesday, April 7, is designed to be responsive to a variety of feedback from the public and staff about previously proposed start/end times. That board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, April 28, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Lincoln Middle School on the proposed changes.  READ MORE...
18th Annual Site Seminar Announced for May 7th and 8th, 2015
18th Annual Site Seminar Announced for May 7th and 8th, 2015
Participants in the 2015 Site Seminar, "A Middle School for All," will visit classrooms and interact with teachers, teacher teams, students, and administrators. These two active days will be focused on Expeditionary Learning as a school-wide design to help all students achieve at a high level, and will include the King Middle School's Celebration of Learning Event!   READ MORE...
Windsor 8 Students to Present Learning at Portland Trails Annual Meeting
Windsor 8 students will be presenting their learning from the Smart Cities Expedition at the Portland Trails Annual Meeting. Ten Windsor 8 students have spent the last month planning a PechaKucha presentation to summarize the expedition and to inspire the community to make Portland a "smarter" city. The presentation will be on Wednesday, March 25th from 6-8 PM at Space Gallery (534 Congress Street). It is free and open to the public.   READ MORE...