Our Mission
Chippens Hill Middle School Community C.A.R.E.S for each other in their thoughts, words and actions by:

C ooperating with each other
A ccepting Differences
R esponding Peacefully
E ngaging in our Learning
S upporting Success For All

Recent News

Welcome to Chippens Hill Middle School

Upcoming Events

Janae Marks will be visiting CHMS on Monday December 4th as part of our One School One Book community activity!

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Parents and Guardians | BALD EAGLE AREA SCHOOL  DISTRICT
Parent Information


Spring Conference Links TBA

Sports Information:

Chippens Hill Middle School will be offering girl’s and boy’s basketball, during the Winter sports season. Interscholastic team try-outs will be open to all sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students who are academically eligible to participate. 

Registration on FamilyID is required in order for your child to participate in the spring sports program. These forms must be filled out completely and submitted online before the first day of try-outs.. Your child cannot participate if he/she does not have all forms submitted. 

FamilyID web address: https://account.familyid.com/

   Girls Intramurals will be on Monday 11/27, Tuesday 11/28 and Monday 12/4
Boys Intramurals will be on Thursday 11/30, Friday 12/1, and Tuesday 12/5

Girls Try Outs will be on Monday 12/11 and Tuesday 12/12
Boys Tryouts will be on Thursday 12/7 and Friday 12/8

Questions? Athletic Coordinator

Katie Pepe - [email protected]

Chromebook Insurance
Insurance information for the 23-24 School Year will be posted soon!
 8th Grade Information
Southington VOAG Applications due December 15th.  Please submit completed applications to Mrs. Osowiecki by December 1st.  

The application portal will open on December 4th, 2023.  To apply please visit the cttech.org webpage. https://www.cttech.org/admissions/rsco-application/

If you have any questions please reach out to Mrs. Osoweicki.

 7th Grade Information

 6th Grade Information


  Monthly Safety Tip!

 Bristol All Heart Logo The Bristol All-Heart Hotline has been established for Bristol residents in need of social services or other support during this public health emergency. The phone number is: 860-584-6253. The hotline is structured for residents who are confined to their home, are elderly and thus at risk if they go to the grocery store, people with transportation issues, families who can’t reach the School Food Distribution Sites, and other situations.

EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATIONif you would like to confirm your status in the district communication database, please call the school office at (860) 584-3881.  It is important to have updated phone numbers, email addresses, and emergency contacts on record.  Thank you!
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