Thomas S. Hart Middle School

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History

Thomas S. Hart Middle School opened its doors to students in August of 2000. This state-of-the-art facility includes all the educational amenities needed to make it an outstanding building complex for the education of our students. 
  • Hart Middle School was constructed with developer fees and state school building monies. This construction means that our school facilities will provide the best environment for the education of our students and our quest for excellence in student achievement.
  • The two-story science building, for example, provides four large well-equipped lab stations. These stations are separated by supply and work areas complete with showers in the event of an emergency.
  • The impressive library features book stacks that are inviting and easily accessible for student use. The thin client computer stations for internet access, added in 2007, have added to the usability for the students. All new facilities are designed to enhance exemplary teaching and learning. 
  • The academic facilities are matched with spacious areas for physical education, including sports fields, a track, an extraordinary 17,000-square-foot gymnasium and a newly constructed long-jump pit, courtesy of local donations.
  • As a result of growth, four new classrooms were constructed in 2007. These classrooms were added to the northeast corner of the campus. 
  • Hart Middle School was named after Thomas S. Hart, a well-loved teacher, principal and assistant superintendent of the Pleasanton Unified School District.