Middlesex Borough School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Middlesex, NJ. It has 2,004 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 46% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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Middlesex Borough School District Reviews
looking back on my time so far it has been enjoyable, this is a small town that always makes you feel welcome. As a school district they are trying to get better but overall the current situation is quite "meh". We have just your average facilities with a gym, a small weight lifting room, a band room, etc.. Though the school tries to keep everyone up to date it feels like a lot of the time it isn't the school driving you but the students around you. Teachers here make you feel at home most times but that shouldn't be the case in most classes. You should be driven to do your best. We have counselors who tell us what to do but we don't have any sort of structure that makes it feel like we have to be prepared for college. Despite the resources we're given i feel like the lack of motivation is being propagated by how laid back the school is as a whole. In light of that, the school is your average small town high school.
Middlesex borough is a small town with 3 grammer schools, a middle school and a high school. My graduating class has about 150 students and we all know each other and have grown up together. Like any town we have a clicks the brains, the jocks etc but for the most part we get along and respect everyone. We don't have a lot of clubs and sports like other big towns but we have enough to feel as though we're not missing out. We complete as a district 1 town and are sussessful in some sports. Growing up in Middlesex has been fun and I will greatly miss it for sure but I do look forward to the next chapter of my life, going to college!
It was alright, pretty average for a school district. Not too great regarding college readiness, and I wish the high school offered more AP courses.