Park Place Middle School provides a safe and nurturing learning environment in which staff members guide students to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. Park Place Middle School students actively participate in authentic activities, preparing to become lifelong learners and responsible community members.
Park Place Middle School was originally built as Monroe School District’s high school in 1976. There were three additions completed in 1980, one addition and a library in 1990, and an Art and Technology Program remodel in 1999. The building was converted to a junior high in 1999, and it became a middle school in 2005. The building is 109,912 square feet and sits on approximately 19.4 acres. There are 43 classrooms and five portables with a total capacity of 1,266 students. PPMS also has an extensive field space for physical education.
Visit the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction website to learn more about our student population.