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Middlebury Community Schools is an above average, public school district located in Middlebury, IN. It has 4,573 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
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Middlebury Community Schools Reviews
The teachers are fantastic, in all my K-12 years I had maybe two teachers I didn't like, and all the others I absolutely loved. I appreciate their emphasis on the arts; choir, band, and theater. I cannot speak as much to the quality of the coaches or athletics department, merely because I never did any high school sports. One thing I wish about MCS is that there could be more diversity, of over 1,000 students at Northridge High School, only a handful are black. Our largest minority would probably be Hispanic, but even then, the students and faculty are predominantly white. Also, as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, a GSA or other support system would be fantastic.
I love the atmosphere. You can really tell that the teachers and administration care for your education and well-being. If I had to change anything, I would change the things that they focus on. I feel like they focus on the showing of shoulders or clothing than they do on our academics. I also feel like they focus more on the sports in our schools, such as football and basketball than they do on academic clubs and the music aspect of the school.
I attended MCS all 4 years of high school. I will have completed the core 40 diploma classes. Although, the my classes taught me the basics I may need for college they don't go beyond that. I would change the level of writing taught in the core 40 classes better preparing students in the future for college level writing. Outside of my core 40 classes I was largely involved in the art program at MCS. This program is excellent with knowledgeable teachers. The variety of art classes offered gave me experience with different art forms and helped me find my love for ceramics. I was also a part of the athletics program at MCS. I ran both cross country and track until my senior year. I enjoyed the sport, but did find the programs to be overly competitive with coaching that was low level leading to multi-athlete injuries. I would say when looking at MCS as a whole they fall into the average category.