Middletown Area School District is an above average, public school district located in Middletown, PA. It has 2,340 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
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Middletown Area School District Reviews
Middletown Area High School is now a beautiful landmark within Middletown, PA. A few years ago, the entire school was reconstructed leaving a beautiful atmosphere for the students to thrive upon. The teachers and staff are very friendly and are always looking out for the students. They feel as if they must do everything in their power to make sure everyone is succeeding which is very beneficial towards the students. The sports programs allow for students to interact and make friends as they have fun and cheer for there team. Clubs also exist allowing students to find their homes within the district and share their passions with others. Overall, the environment is lovely and the students are lucky to be in such a caring place.
Middletown is a very student -interested school. Although Middletown is a small school there is a huge variety of different clubs and organizations that the students can join. The teachers at Middletown are very personal but maintain their relationships at a professional level. Middletown is a small school which allows everybody to know everybody. Students at Middletown can be three-sport athletes while also being involved in as many other clubs as they would like, and the coaches/club leaders understand that students are busy and involved. Middletown also has a Pathways Program that every student has to complete in order to graduate. Although some students do not like the idea of the Pathways Program, the program helps students prepare for the future. As a previous exchange student, I can also say that Middletown is very flexible and willing to help students study abroad while completing their schooling on time.
The teachers put forth effort to ensure that students have a good understanding of what is being taught and that they never leave the classroom with unanswered questions. The guidance counselor and other office officials go above and beyond to make sure all students are prepared for life after graduation, whether that be college, the military, or the workforce.