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Our Story

Lamar Middle School was established in 1956 as Lamar Junior High. The school was named in honor of the 2nd president of the Republic of Texas and the Father of Education in Texas, Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar. As a junior high campus, students in 7th, 8th, and 9th grades attended. As a middle school campus since 1975, Lamar now holds classes for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.
 
School colors are maroon and gold.
The school mascot is the bearcat.
The unofficial school motto is “Once a Bearcat Always a Bearcat!”
 
Classes begin each week day at 7:50 AM and classes are dismissed for the day at 3:45 PM.

News & Announcements

Construction Changes Traffic Patterns

Construction will begin at Lamar on Monday, December 10th. Please check out the graphic below. Notice, the buses will be dropping off in the front of the building, and parent drop off is now closest to Miller Park. Please be aware and watch out for students crossing!

Painting to Inspire- Postponed...date TBD

Do you enjoy painting? Come to Lamar to paint inspirational messages across the school with our military Adopt-a-Unit. Sign up in the front office, or see Ms. Moore for more details. This event has been postponed and a new date has yet to be determined.

Buy your 2018-2019 Yearbook Today!

Order your 2018-2019 yearbook for $20 today. The price will increase starting May 1st. Order online or see Ms. Burnett for more information.

Bearcat Fast Facts

Who are the Lamar Middle School administrators? When do classes start? When is school dismissed? Find out here!