Rockwood South Middle School Points of Pride

  • Commitment to the success and interests of our students
  • Strong focus on restorative practices and student leadership
  • Diverse Administration
  • Comprehensive and Resourceful Student Services Department
  • Regular student recognition through Renaissance and Falcon Creed programs for both academic success and demonstration of admirable character
  • Received the Glory of Missouri Award
  • Promising Young Writers Award Winner
  • Recognized as a Promising Practice Winner for CharacterPlus
  • Recognized as a Community Service Award Winner by the Gateway Young Achievers Program
  • Six teachers with National Board Certification
  • Continual focus on discovery, connection and making a difference
  • Recognized as a Fuel Up To Play 60 School
  • Recognized as a Green Schools Quest Challenge School
  • Fuel Up to Play 60 State Student Ambassador Winners
  • Exemplary Gold Status MOAHPERD Award Winner
  • School and Community Partnerships: Fitness Trail; a thriving School Garden with chickens that has been recognized by the Fenton Chamber of Commerce; Courtyard; Social Justice Equity Group; Got Your Back Pack Program; and Helping Hands
  • Published student and staff authors
  • More than 50 clubs and activities for students

Our Students

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Enrollment By Grade

Grade Level Count
6th Grade 301
7th Grade 299
8th Grade 287
Total Enrollment


* Some values are not shown in order to protect small student populations.
Demographic Group Count
American Indian/Alaska Native *
Asian 2.9%
Black 7.6%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander *
Hispanic 2.9%
Multiracial 4.9%
White 81.6%

Our Staff

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Calendar Days and Attendance

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You may view more information on the Missouri Comprehensive Data System. This website from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) contains pertinent school-related data at the state, district and school level.

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