Carl B Bruce Middle School
After a delayed dedication ceremony because of COVID-19, Carl B. Bruce Middle School is now offering its first nine weeks of school online. While this may have tempered initial excitement about the new middle school, parents are already lining up to visit the new school. Here are some things to know about Carl B. Bruce Middle School. This information is hoped to be useful for anyone considering moving to the area.
Carl Bruce, a 1957 Holton High School graduate, was the principal of Northwest Junior High School for almost two decades. He died on Feb. 24. A new $30 million facility is a memorial to his work at the middle school. Once school begins, the new Carl B. Bruce Middle School will educate 900 students. It will be the first public school in Kansas City to honor the deceased principal.
Carl B. Bruce Middle school is located in a large city that has many middle schools. However, it is a Kansas public school. SchoolDigger shows that Carl B. Bruce Middle School has a lower per-student cost than the other four middle schools in Kansas City School District. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), U.S. Department of Education, (ED) and ATTOM, the School Attendance Zones, provide data on student enrollment and school costs.