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Saline Middle School

New Student Information - If you are new to our district and will have a student in Middle School please open the link.


We are in the process of renovating our Science Labs so building has limited access.  - You can stop at the office and call 734-401-4600 and I will come let you in or you can open the course selection sheets here.

7th Grade Elective Choices     8th grade Elective Choices    Elective Descriptions


Summer 2019 Online Course Options - Please open for all information, guidelines and enrolling information.

Elective Overview Presentation for 2019/2020 7th & 8th graders


Summer 2019 Reading Log - Due back to your ELA teacher by August 29th


Video Presentation for Course Selection


COMPUTER SCIENCE DISCOVERIES - Are you interested in programming and computer science. Research shows that early exposure to computer science and programming is key to increasing tech efficacy and breaking down gender gaps in STEM fields. Students will work through the curriculum from which is recommended for students from 6-10 grade. Students will focus on the following units: 1) Problem-Solving 2) Web Development 3) Animations and Games 4) The Design Process 5) Data and Society and 6) Physical Computing

We do not have a business tech class anymore.

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Summit Learning @ SMS!

Interested in learning more about the Summit team for your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student? Check out our presentation about Summit Learning!

Introducing Summit Learning

If you are interested in having your rising 5th, 6th, or 7th Grade Student become a part of our 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Summit Learning Teams for the 2019-2020 School Year, please look for an email from Mr. Bezeau with the survey interest link (after Spring Break).

Summer Online Classes - 2019 -  Check back for information letter and application


2018/2019 YEARBOOKS

Order your 18/19 Yearbook here - External - enter our school name. Cost is $35.

PDF Document2018/2019 - School Calendar - printable calendar for 18/19

Principal Bradley J. Bezeau  

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Mr. Bezeau has served the students and families of the Saline Area Schools during the past eighteen years, first as a guidance counselor at Saline High School, and then as an assistant principal at Saline High.  Most recently, Mr. Bezeau served the district as the principal of Pleasant Ridge Elementary.  Marking his 25th year in public education, Mr. Bezeau began his career as a Biology and Chemistry teacher at Bedford High School.

You can also follow Mr. Bezeau and Saline Middle School by liking us on Facebook at SMS Saline Middle School, following him on Twitter @SASMiddle and #smscompass, and Instagram at Brad Bezeau.

Mr. Bezeau may be reached at 734-401-4601 or

Assistant Principal Alex Schukow

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Hello Saline Middle School families! I am very excited to be the Saline Middle School Assistant Principal starting Fall 2019. As a 2003 graduate of Saline Area Schools, it has been an honor to serve as the Heritage School Assistant Principal the last four years! 

Prior to working at Saline Area Schools, I had professional experiences at Cesar Chavez Academy in Detroit, Monroe High School, and as a graduate assistant at Eastern Michigan University.

Saline is such a vibrant community, one that I am proud to call home. I look forward to reconnecting with the class of 2026, 2025, and 2024 families. In order for us at Saline Middle School to provide the highest quality education for all students, it’s vital that families are part of the education process.

If ever you have a question, please send me an email at or call me at 734-401-4603. You can also follow me on social media.

Twitter: @apschukow, #smscompass, and #sascompass

Instagram: alexschukow


"Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Kinder than Necessary"


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Mission Statement

At Saline Middle School, we believe that middle level education must respect the unique developmental issues facing early adolescents. These students are experiencing multiple changes causing them to face many life changing challenges. As educators, we feel it is our responsibility to educate the whole child, not just teaching information, but teaching life lessons that will assist them in becoming successful adults.