Kamiah Pride Then, Now & Always!!!

Welcome to the Kamiah Middle School home page!  In an effort to improve our website we are adding           new and what we hope is helpful information for our readers. Explore around but check back every                now and then; our site is a work in progress.  We want you to know about us and what is happening at KMS.

 

A Bit-O-History
Kamiah Middle School was built in 1997, making it the newest school building on the Kamiah School District campus. Situated on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation, the Kamiah School District is surrounded by mountains and edged by the Clearwater River in the heart of beautiful Idaho. Historically, Kamiah was an important stop on the Lewis and Clark Trail. It was here that the Niimiipuu (the Nez Perce people) saved the explorers from starvation, facilitating the success of their expedition.  We are thankful to live in an area so rich in history, culture, and beauty, and privileged to have our modern, attractive facility.
 

 

A Little About Kamiah Middle School
KMS is located at the corner of 12th Street and Highway 64, adjacent to the District Office. Led by Principal Marc Scheibe, the school provides a safe environment where students and staff are treated with fairness, respect, and dignity. Supported by parents and school staff, students are challenged to explore, create, and learn. Technology is a key aspect of today’s education, and KMS offers two up-to-date labs and a modern library. Our goal is to help students strive for academic excellence and to create a lifelong love of learning.