HALL MIDDLE SCHOOL
200 Doherty Drive
Larkspur, CA 94939
Telephone (415) 927-6978
Fax: (415) 927-6985
Absentee Line: (415) 927-6956
Dr. Toni Brown, Principal
Melanie Harris, Assistant Principal
Hall Middle School is an award-winning public school for sixth, seventh and eighth graders in the Larkspur-Corte Madera School District. Located in Larkspur, California in beautiful Marin County, just north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate, Hall has won numerous state and county recognitions for its excellence in education, including the 2013 California Distinguished Schools Award and the 2015 Gold Ribbon Award for Excellence in Arts Education. In March 2019, Hall was named as one of only 16 California middle schools as a "School to Watch" - the first ever in Marin County. Most recently, in 2021, Hall was selected as one of two schools in California to be named a National ESEA Distinguished School for exceptional student achievement.
Hall Middle School offers a transitional program from a self-contained core of instruction in the sixth grade to a fully departmentalized program in the eighth grade. The academic curriculum includes language arts, social studies, mathematics, science, Spanish, health and physical education. Enrichment offerings include technology, art, chorus, band and maker ed/engineering. The average class size is approximately 28 students. The school is supported by a strong, active parent community.
Student Information and Demographics - Hall
Hall Middle School is an award-winning public school to approximately 500 sixth through eighth grade students in the Larkspur-Corte Madera School District located in Larkspur, California, in scenic Marin County, just north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate. We serve a student body that is 79% white, 13% Latino, 5% Asian, 1% African American and 10% multiple or other ethnicities. This is a community that strongly supports public education with a parcel tax, bond issue, and educational foundation. The business of the community is primarily retail and professional services.
In addition to a comprehensive academic program, the school provides enrichment programs including music, art, Maker Space and IDEA science, library, technology, and motor skills/physical education, made possible in large part by funding and volunteer support from a strong, active parent base, SPARK Foundation and PTA, community businesses, supportive citizens and generous art grant through Marin Community Foundation. The staff includes approximately 40 full and part-time certificated employees (including special educators, speech therapists, academic and English language support specialists, a nurse, a counselor, and a librarian) and classified staff. Administrators include a full-time principal and .8 assistant principal.
Hall Middle School Mission Statement
We are collaborative and compassionate catalysts for growth who inspire and promote well-rounded, lifelong learners and future citizens of the world through challenging, innovative curriculum with compassion, creativity and rigor.
Hall Middle School Vision
Hall Middle School is a safe and supportive learning environment where all students can learn. Diversity enriches our school and each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs. The goal of our educational programs is to prepare students to become contributing members of society.