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Big Walnut Middle School serves students in grades 6-8. It provides a wide range of academic offerings and owns a strong parental support/involvement through an energetic Parent Teacher Organization. It participates in community activities and serves as a location where many parent and community organizations meet. The extracurricular activities include football, cross-country, volleyball, boys and girls basketball, wrestling, track, baseball and softball.

Location: 105 Baughman Street, Sunbury Ohio 43074 Telephone 740-965-3006 Fax 740-965-6471

Other Education nearby:
(Sunbury) Big Walnut Elementary School
(Sunbury) Big Walnut Middle School
(Cedarville) Cedarville University
(Granville) Denison University
(Sunbury) Harrison Street Elementary School
(Gambier) Kenyon College

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