Oklahoma Road Middle School is located in the southeast corner of Carroll County. Carrolltowne, Freedom and Eldersburg Elementary Schools and Liberty High School comprise our feeder school system. We opened the doors of our single-level facility to students in January 1997. Since that time we have become the "Home of the Twisters" and proudly display our school colors - purple and silver - throughout the school year.

Our mascot is "Twisty"


Our school population is approx. 750 students. The students are housed by grade levels into six multi-disciplinary teams. Students are engaged in reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, and science for the entire year. They also explore music, art, technology, health, family and consumer sciences and physical education at some point throughout the year. Spanish is also taught at ORMS.


ORMS 2020-2021 School Improvement Plan


Maryland Blue Ribbon School (2010 - 2011 School Year)


2019 Green School
All of these events have been planned and are being executed by Gifted and Talented students with very little input from their teacher (me).  Securing an international speaker is particularly noteworthy! May 18, 9:00-1:00: Car and Dog Wash at Denny’s Restaurant on Route 26 to raise funds for the Humane Society, the Westminster Cold Weather Shelter, and the Children’s Survival Centre. May 18 4:00-5:00: Guest speaker George Ndhawa, from Nairobi, Kenya will be speaking at the Eldersburg Library about how to combat international human trafficking through local relationships with organizations like the Children’s Survival Centre. May 28, 6:30-8:00 at Liberty High School: Minority Arts Showcase.  Students from Liberty, Century, and their elementary and middle school feeders will display visual arts as well as performance pieces created or inspired by minority artists. May 29th, 6:30-8:00 at Sykesville Middle School: Fifth Annual Regional Gifted and Talented Showcase.  Students from Century, Liberty, Sykesville, and Oklahoma Road Gifted and Talented groups will showcase the products of their year-long seminars, including Sociology experiments, leadership endeavors, Robotics, creative writing, films, literature studies, etc.

From 2012 - 2017 ORMS was the School of the Year for Character Education

from Stevenson University



2017 - 2018 Maryland State Report Card for ORMS