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School Performance Report

Brier Terrace Middle

School Mission

Brier Terrace Middle School is a school community whose demographics are slowly becoming more diverse. In the 2020-2021 school year our population who identify as White was at 48.3%. The student population in 2015 was nearly 60%. This trend has had some implications in our focus as we seek to understand and serve our community. Last June our staff looked at and analyzed our performance data and recognized several performance gaps for students of different races and ethnicities as well as performance gaps for students in different programs. The desire for our staff to reduce these gaps, especially in our ELL (ML) students, was the impetus for choosing the goals we have set and the work we will do to improve our performance as a school.

School Information

View the plan to achieve equity, engagement, and excellence for our students:

Brier terrace MiddleSchool Improvement Plan

View enrollment, demographics, teacher information and State test scores:

Brier terrace middleWashington State Report Card

Brier Terrace Middle entrance

About our Building

Opened: 1969
Square footage: 89,258
We are proud that our school facility is used extensively by our community for meetings, events and youth activities.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to advocate for each and every student by providing learning environments that embrace their cultural and linguistic diversity as an asset that will prepare them for success as lifelong learners and responsible world citizens.

Invitation to Participate

We embrace reciprocal partnerships with our families to meet them where they are and honor and respect their cultural and lived experiences. One of our strategic goals is to communicate and partner with families and community members so they understand their role in supporting the students in our district.


Committees and Parent Groups

Districtwide Funds

General Fund budgeted expenditures:

Cost Center


Basic Ed. - Classroom 53.5%
Special Education 16.0%
Other Grants/Programs 13.8%
Basic Ed. -Admin & Support 10.8%
Pupil Transportation 4.1%
Food Services 1.8%