Campus Overview

Raymond J. Fisher Middle School was built in 1961 to replace the upper grade facilities of University Avenue School. In 2004, the school went through a complete modernization project to provide a safe, clean, and well-maintained campus for student education. Due to enrollment increases, construction has continued. In 2011, a two-story 10-classroom modular building was added while renovations were completed on three additional science classrooms and all music classrooms were relocated to one wing of the campus. Construction on an upgraded gymnasium, new dance and fitness rooms, and new locker rooms was completed in August 2016. In October 2018, there was a ribbon cutting for our newly refurbished track and field consisting of a six-lane all-weather track, a full-sized sod field, shot put and discus rings as well as jumping pits for long jump and triple jump.