Snellville Middle School

Dedicated to excellence in education

  • Snellville Middle School
    3155 Pate Road
    Snellville, GA  30078

    Main Office   770-972-1530

    Fax                770-736-4444

    Office Hours      8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

    Student Hours   9:20 AM - 4:00 PM

    No checkouts after 3:30 PM

    Principal Katise Long


  • PEECE Workshops

    PEECE - Parents Engaging in Early Childhood Education

    For Parents of Students with Disabilities in Grades Pre-K through Sixth

    Gwinnett County Public Schools Parent Mentors invite you to attend.

    PEECE is a four session workshop that aims to nurture and develop engaged parents, by helping them to positively support their child’s academic success, with an emphasis on increasing literacy skills.
    Participants will learn how to:
    · Be a team member in your child’s individual education program (IEP).
    · Learn creative ways to make learning fun and engaging for your child.
    · Support your child’s early literacy development.

    To receive full benefit from this workshop,
    participants must attend ALL sessions.

    Thursday, September 26, 2019 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
    Thursday, October 17, 2019                    10:00 am – 1:00 pm
    Tuesday, October 29, 2019                    10:00 am – 1:00 pm
    Thursday, November 14, 2019           10:00 am – 1:00 pm

    Space is Limited.  Please respond as soon as possible.
    To Reserve your Spot, Contact Dawn Albanese by September 20, 2019 at:
    (678) 301-7212

  • Kindness Week

    Celebrate Kindness Week at SMS.    Use this link to find out more information.

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From the Principal

  • Ms. Long It is truly an honor to serve as the Principal of Snellville Middle School.  As the first middle school in Gwinnett County, Snellville Middle has served the South Gwinnett community for 50 years preparing thousands of students to reach their full academic potential.  

    The Snellville Middle staff pursues excellence in education and is committed to providing high quality instruction and an academically challenging environment for our students.  Fostering and promoting student leadership, responsibility and preparedness are cornerstones of our school’s culture.  Our student leadership programs of Peer Leaders, Comet Buddies and the Junior Leadership Corps are a few examples of ways that we inspire to teach our students success through self-responsibility, productive citizenship, community service and innovative thinking and problem solving.  The students in our leadership programs have won numerous awards and recognitions throughout the district and the state.  

    Collaboration with parents and our community are chief components to our students’ success and we believe that parental involvement is key to our students reaching their academic potential throughout the middle school years and beyond.  We encourage our parents to become active in our school community and participate in our parent volunteer program coordinated through our school’s Parent Center.

    We continually seek ways to provide our students with opportunities that will challenge their thinking, inspire their learning and prepare them with the knowledge and skills necessary for college, career and life readiness.

    We thank you for entrusting us with educating your child and look forward to another successful school year.


    Katise Long