Recent News

Welcome to the Pikesville Middle School website! 
You can find the most recent news updates below. For past news or other resources click on the tabs at the top of this page.

Python Press

June 2021 Newsletter

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Hybrid Learning Bell Schedule

**This schedule applies to ALL students both Hybrid and Virtual starting March 15**

PMS Hybrid Bell Schedule

BCPS Re-Entry Plan: Phase III and IV Return to Schools

Letter to Students and Parents

Direct Link to the Questionnaire

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PMS Online Math Tutoring

Online Math Tutoring Flyers

Interested in Joining a Magnet School Program?

Magnet School Events Flyer

High School Magnet Program Offerings Brochure

Virtual Attendance Notes

Please select the appropriate grade level, complete and submit the form to provide an attendance note for your student.

Ms. Silverman - Grade 6 Form

Ms. Byrd - Grade 7 Form

Ms. Lightner - Grade 8 Form

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Follow Pikesville Middle at @PikesvilleM on Twitter.


Volunteer Opportunities

  • School Store – Daily at 7:45 a.m.
  • Ben Carson Reading Room – Daily, throughout the day
  • Library – Daily, Flexible

Contact Cheryl Lightner at for more information. All volunteers need to complete training.

Principal's Message

Dear Students & Parents,

Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!  I am so honored to serve the Pikesville Middle School community as Principal.  While the summer months provide us with the opportunity to recharge, rejuvenate and spend time with our family and friends, much has taken place at Pikesville Middle School in preparation for the upcoming academic school year.  We welcome your partnership in education as we embark on an academic school year that promises to transform the educational experience.  As the principal, it is my mission to promote a safe, equitable and learner-centered environment that will inspire and propel our school family to places of continual growth and excellence. We have purposefully evolved the culture in our school to be a school where children feel safe and are eager to learn.  The most powerful method for our school to move to new heights is through the home-school partnership.

The vision of Pikesville Middle School is for students to develop excellence in academics, character, and habits of mind by participating in student-centered learning experiences that promote 21st century skills. To be successful, students will need to think creatively, critically, and intuitively, solve real world problems, communicate effectively (verbal & written forms), work in teams, use technology to accelerate learning outcomes, and develop healthy, ethical life-style habits.  Therefore, the following Python Pride motto is one that students must observe daily.  The Python Pride motto states that students are Prepared, Respectful, Inclusive, Diverse, and Engaged!  I encourage you to remind your child daily that embracing the Python Pride motto will ensure they are a successful student at Pikesville Middle School.

The connection between home and school is critical.  When staff and parents collaborate and effectively work together, student educational practices are heightened.  Each student’s academic success and their respective personal responsibility at Pikesville Middle School are heavily dependent on a cooperative triangle encompassed with student-teacher-parent/guardian.  Through a close and shared partnership with all stakeholders invested with Pikesville Middle School, I am confident our school will continue to be a successful place for our students to learn and grow.  I invite you to call or e-mail to share your ideas relating to how we can rally to ensure Pikesville Middle School is the best of all places to attend middle school. Please follow us on Twitter @PikesvilleM.

I look forward to a productive and memorable school year for everyone!

 Yours in Educational Excellence,

 Kalisha T. Miller, Principal