Student Handbook
The Student Handbook outlines procedures and expectations for students and their families in a variety of topics, including attendance, grading, school programs, behavior, and more. It is important for students and families to review this information and become familiar with its contents. Attending Arts Academy Charter Middle School is a choice. By enrolling at AACMS, students and their families acknowledge that following school rules and procedures is an expectation, not a suggestion.

We have 2 NEW policies for the 2023-24 School Year:

Phone Policy: 
Phones are to be put in the designated pouches in each classroom. If your student or you do not want this, then phones must be turned into the main office, and students can get them during PM homeroom.

Dress Code: If a shirt is deemed inappropriate by a faculty member, then the student must either put another one on or go to the main office to sign one out. Examples of an inappropriate shirt include, but are not limited to: Shirts with profanity or inappropriate messages, shirts that bare a full midriff, strapless shirts/tube tops, tank tops with spaghetti straps, & muscle shirts.
Click here to view the full Dress Code.

Students and families may view the full Student Handbook on this page by using the links below or downloading the full document in PDF format. Student Handbook 2023-2024
If you have questions regarding the Student Handbook, please contact our Dean of Students, Jesse Garin.
By Phone
(610) 351-0234 ext. 518
Attendance policies and procedures, including definitions, reporting a student absence, and excuse notes.
This section establishes expectations for student behavior during all classes and school activities.

This section establishes expectations for student dress during school hours and school activities.
Information on grading and other procedures for student services.
Important information our the AACMS Special Education Program, including the rights and responsibilities of students and parents.
Expectations for all students when using school-owned computers and other technology.