55 out of 10GreatSchools

Bailey Bridge Middle School

Midlothian, VA
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 1455


Bailey Bridge Middle School
12501 Bailey Bridge Road
Midlothian, VA 23112
(804) 739-6200
Bailey Bridge Middle School is located in Midlothian, VA and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 5 out of 10
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Reviews19 Reviews

A zero, we moved to this neighborhood to put my child in a better school , turns out she learned about smoking from her classmates, sex from her class mates, drinking from her classmates, and sneaking out the house from her classmates, horrible kids in this community which makes the school a haven for terrible kids,,, so terrible the bus drivers quit... horrible
10 out of 10 is what I would give it. Has been a completely different experience since Principal has changed
My son is in the 8th grade this year and has really enjoyed being a student at this school. He's in honors classes and has had teachers all three years who really seem to care about him and encourage him. The principal is very involved in every activity and she always sends a weekly email to keep parents aware of what's going on in the school. The front office staff are very courteous and professional. I really have nothing negative to say about Bailey Bridge Middle!
1st I have noticed reviews and ratings from 1 star to several stars. My son just finished his 6th grade year 2015-2016. He has an IEP and the school followed this LEGAL DOCUMENT about 1/2 of the time through the year. I asked in 2 separate meetings about his accommodations that he very much needs. They went "by the wayside!" I contacted teachers to the point they or someone went to the 6th grade assistant principal and complained about how often I emailed. Well....I am my child's biggest advocate. He works very hard. If a teacher can't find time at some point during the day to respond and would much rather go complain about me that's fine because I will always advocate for my autistic child. It's unfortunate the assistant principal had to be bothered when he has plenty of other things going on. I have taught for 13 years and always responded to my parents concerns the same day ... Even if I had to take care of it at night while home with my own family. I sure hope things change as far as how he's treated starting in 7th grade; otherwise, I won't go to the principal I will be at central office/school board. That's not how it's suppose to be. This has never been the kind of parent I am. I'm so easy to get along with....yes it's going to get more difficult as the years progress but he is autistic and has needs that are not being met. Please make some changes to how the staff members operate....there are SEVERAL AWESOME TEACHERS ... While others are not giving my son the proper attention he needs.
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