Center Middle School


Welcome to Center Middle School, a team-oriented middle school serving 6th - 8th graders. 
Thank you for choosing Center Middle School. 


326 E 103rd St
Kansas City, MO 64114
ph: 816-612-4000
fx: 816-612-4080
Start and End Times: 7:25 a.m. - 2:25 p.m.

Early Release: 12:00

About Center Middle School

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Melissa Storrer, Media Specialist
Phone: 816-612-4040
Fax: 816-612-4080

Middle School PTO

Join the Parent Teacher Association. While the PTA's strength is its volunteers, we understand that your time is valuable. We would certainly value ANY time you could provide. However, even if you are unable to make a commitment of time, Please consider joining PTA. Your membership dues enable the PTA to provide programs and activities for ALL CHILDREN.


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The Kansas City Chiefs have announced their first Coach of the Week honors for the 2019 season. The awards go to Center High School coach Bryan DeLong

On Friday, September 6 Center beat St. Joseph Lafayette 35-21 to move to 2-0 on the season.

"We are extremely honored to be recognized by such a class organization as the Kansas City Chiefs," DeLong said. "They have set the bar when it comes to class and winning. A truly humbling experience for the Yellowjackets."

Read more about Center High School Football Coach Bryan DeLong earns Kansas City Chiefs Coach of the Week Award

82 % of Center School District voters approved a $48 million no tax increase bond during the April 2, 2019 Election.

The bond will allow Center School District to update: all district buildings to improve student and teacher safety and security, fund infrastructure maintenance projects, build a new Indian Creek Elementary and expand Red Bridge Elementary to accommodate enrollment growth. The bond will NOT RESULT IN A TAX INCREASE, but will continue the current level of property taxes.

To learn more about project updates, please visit :

Read more about Bond Project Updates