Middletown City School District is a public school district located in Middletown, OH. It has 6,319 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 46% of students are at least proficient in math and 44% in reading.
Middletown City School District Rankings
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- A-81 Students
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Middletown City School District Reviews
The Middletown City School District is admirable because of its diverse student and faculty population. All sorts of different people are involved in multiple successful organizations, teams, or groups. Though these things are true, I would very much like to see the culture and view of Middletown and Middletown Schools changed. The community needs to come together and show people that this is not the negative society it is believed to be.
As a freshman I began my high school time with high expectations. Middletown is a rough area and education is what you make of it. The teachers here focus on the students who struggle and the students who do not struggle have to self motivate in order to be successful. As I continued through, I have learned nothing is given and that hard work cannot be taught. As I matured I understood the teacher standpoint on helping others that struggle. I began to share that passion and my opinion has changed on how the school is run. I have gotten to know a lot of staff and respect each one of them for the jobs that they do. They are engaged in the community, outreaches, and other various programs. We have recently undergone new construction and our school looks very inviting. The community and school have come together to make Middletown High a place we can be proud of. I have no doubt our futures will be better because of them.
I received a decent education there, but I feel like it really didn't prepare me for college. I understand that a lot of students don't apply themselves. That shouldn't mean that the school can make things easier to get those students to pass. That hurts the students that do try. I also feel like I didn't know anything about college until I was already in it.