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About Us

Mundy's Mill Middle School Building

Mundy's Mill was built in 1890 by Andrew Jackson Mundy and Erasamus Tomlin Mundy. The mill ground corn and wheat for the surrounding community for more than six generations. The mill was destroyed by arson in 1986. Part of the mill's waterwheel survived the fire. The restored waterwheel is on display at
Mundy's Mill High School.

School History

Mundy's Mill Middle School is located in Jonesboro, Georgia, a southern suburb of Atlanta. The school opened in the Fall of 1974 as Mundy's Mill Junior High with grades 7, 8, and 9. In 1989, the school became a middle school with grades 6, 7, and 8. In 1993, MMMS was chosen as a Georgia School of Excellence and National Blue Ribbon School. MMMS emphasizes academics, extracurricular activities, and good citizenship for all our students.