Sabin Middle School was built in 1975 as an open concept building, meaning it had no interior walls. Our original school colors are forest green and white with rust accents while our mascot is the Saint Bernard. At the time, it was named Sabin Junior High School and was a year-round school with an open campus for lunch.
We originally opened as Sabin Junior High School and transitioned to a middle school in 1995, where students and teachers are part of academic teams.
In front of our building stands a metal statue of a St. Bernard. It was built in 1986 by the students in the metals shop class. Each boy and girl cut out a piece of metal to contribute to this enormous statue. If you look closely you can see some names and comments by the students on these pieces of metal. A time capsule was also placed in the statue, which was opened in 2015.