Kansas City Middle School of The Arts

Kansas City Middle School of the Arts, also referred to as KCMSA, and sometimes as Paseo Middle School is a magnet performing arts middle school located at 4848 Woodland in Kansas City, Missouri. It is part of the Kansas City, Missouri School District.

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Kansas City Middle School Of The Arts - School Background
... Kansas City Middle School of the Arts is one of the most popular and successful of the KCMSD’s magnet schools ... The program serves over 650 middle school students from 6th grade to 8th grade and has been in operation since 1987 ... It has access to a 1200 seat state-of-the-art theater, black box, recital hall, recording studios and art gallery ...

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