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Welcome to Magsig Middle School!

The mission of Magsig Middle School is to serve the academic, social and emotional needs of all students in grades six, seven and eight. This school is one of three middle schools in the district and houses more than 600 students and 60 staff members.

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Our School Day

The Magsig Middle School day is 8:50 a.m.-3:35 p.m.

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2024-25 Supply Lists

The 2024-25 school year begins on Wednesday, Aug. 14. Make sure you're prepared with all the supplies you'll need!

Download supply lists

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Magsig celebrates 100 years!

The building at 192 W. Franklin, which now houses Magsig Middle School, is celebrating 100 years! Students in grades 1-12 were welcomed into the new building in 1923.

The name of the building was changed from Washington Township School to Magsig Junior High in 1963 to honor Clarence W. Magsig, who served as a school board member from 1940-1956 during some of the district’s most rapid growth.

This photo of the building from the late 1930s was shared by Centerville-Washington History.

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Magsig is No Place for Hate!

Magsig Middle School was designated as a "No Place for Hate School" in 2023.

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Purple Star School

CHS was designated as a Purple Star school by the Ohio Department of Education in 2020 for showing a commitment to students and families connected to our nation’s military.

News & Events

See the latest news and activities from Magsig Middle School and Centerville City Schools.