Alamo Junior High

All students will graduate prepared and ready for college or career.


  • Reminder: Lost/Stolen Items

    Parents, we have had some issues with stolen items at AJHS, as such just a friendly reminder not to have your student bring any valuables from home, either sentimental or of monetary value. AJHS will not be responsible for those items. Per MISD policy,

    “A lost and found collection box is located in the campus office. A student who loses an item should check the lost and found box. The district discourages bringing personal items of high monetary value to school, as the district is not responsible for lost or stolen items. The campus will dispose of lost and found items at the end of each semester.



    Recordatorio: Objetos perdidos y/o robados


    Hemos tenido incidentes ocurriendo con robos de cosas personales en AJHS, asi que esto es solo un recordatorio amistoso de que sus alumnos no debería traer ningún objeto de valor de casa, ya sea sentimental o de valor monetario. AJHS no estará responsable de esos artículos. Según la política de Midland ISD,

    “Hay una caja de recolección de objetos perdidos y encontrados en la oficina del campus. Un estudiante que pierde un artículo debe marcar la casilla de objetos perdidos y encontrados. El distrito desaconseja traer artículos personales de alto valor monetario a la escuela, ya que el distrito no es responsable por artículos perdidos o robados. El campus se deshará de los artículos perdidos y encontrados al final de cada semestre.

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  • LFHS Counselors at Alamo to help with individual academic planning for incoming 9th grade students. Students will be seen during their Science class. 

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  • 7th to 8th Grade Planning is coming soon. Dates to be determined.

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  • Parent Information Night, February 1st from 6 to 7 p.m. Learn about classes, clubs and activities at Alamo Junior High! 

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Alamo Junior High School

  • At Alamo Jr. High, we acknowledge that junior high is a pivotal time for students both academically and socially. Our goal is to ensure a successful and seamless transition from junior high into high school by creating confident, well-rounded students who will utilize their skillsets to excel academically and socially. Our teachers encourage critical thinking and create a collaborative culture of learning and problem-solving skills in order to prepare our students for their next levels of education. Finally, and as with all Midland ISD campuses, we utilize a productive partnership between students, parents, Alamo Jr. High staff members, and school community members to ensure that our students receive the best education possible in West Texas.

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