Middleton School District is an above average, public school district located in Middleton, ID. It has 4,015 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 47% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
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Middleton School District Reviews
Middleton High School has an amazing school atmosphere and student life. We are lead by the most involved and caring principal I have ever known. The sports programs here are incredible and the majority of them are leaders in the district. The academics are about average. We have some very interesting and challenging courses, but we also have several courses and teachers that are lacking. Middleton High School also lacks several opportunities that other schools have considering that we are a newer, rather rural school district. The other schools in the district are pretty good as well. The middle school here could use a little improvement with bullying issues and teacher involvement. The three elementary schools here are great academically, but they are all very overcrowded. All schools here also lack certain safety features, especially the elementary and middle schools.
I started attending school in the Middleton School District my freshman year of high school. Attending Middleton High School really helped me grow academically and I am thankful for my time there!
What I really enjoy about the middleton school district is the community in which the locals bring. The schools are very nice and are very safe, and now they are focusing more about mental health. In the high school, a group of peer leaders are spreading around awareness in a positive matter, and I am glad to be a part of that. My only complain is just like any other school district... The bullying-- and I hope with the clubs that promote different things, it will lower the chances of someone getting bullied.