Pompano Beach Middle School is located in a residential area of the city of Pompano Beach in Northeastern Broward County.
This campus is one of the oldest in Broward County. The facility was reconfigured several times. In the early 1900’s it was an elementary school. In the mid-1900’s it was rebuilt as a high school, then redesigned to a junior high school in 1977. The facility was renovated to its current function as a middle school in the 1990's. Many of the students parents, grandparents, as well as staff members, attended school on this campus. This history brings a unique pride for Pompano Beach Middle school from its community.
Pompano Beach Middle School is proud to employ the Florida Department of Education 2009 School Related Employee of the Year, Jannette Thompson-Irwin. In 2009, the students were recognized as District swim team champs. In 2009 the Principal, Sonja Braziel and Assistant Principal, John Vetter were recognized as District Acclaim finalists. The school received the Florida Department of Education's Golden School and Silver School awards for the last 10 years. Pompano Beach Middle School was recognized in 2003 as a National Magnet School of Distinction, in 1998 as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and in 1994 as a US Department of Education Drug Free School.
Pompano Beach Middle is a Title I school with a total school Magnet program having a Communications & Broadcast Arts Magnet theme. Students apply reading, writing, listening and speaking skills to produce a daily afternoon news broadcast, quarterly literary newspaper, school web site and video and print yearbooks. Teachers present lessons in an engaging
atmosphere using various traditional and non-traditional modalities, and students demonstrate mastery of learning through