Midland Park School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Midland Park, NJ. It has 953 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
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Midland Park School District Reviews
Midland Park schools were a wonderful growing experience for my family and I. My two brothers and I were able to make life long friends in this small community, while receiving an outstanding education from each district. As a student that struggled with academics, I was able to grow immensely on an educational level with dedicated and passionate teachers that worked hard to find what study habits were best for me. The Midland Park schooling system holds many of my greatest memories and accomplishments. Thanks to the tight-knit community of teachers and peers, I owe a majority of my college successes to my hometown middle school and high school.
Midland Park Middle School is very interesting. Midland Park is a small town so, grade 6 is still in the elementary school and grades 7 and 8 are in the high school. Being in middle school with the high school kids was scary at first but then I realized they wanted nothing to do with us younger kids. Us middle schoolers didn’t have any classes with them so it was fine. I met my best friends in 7th grade and i am so grateful because of our small school. If we had a big town with so many people in our grades who knows what I would be like now and who I would be friends with.
I love my school. Its small and everyone knows all the teachers and vice versa. This is very helpful because you really get to know the teachers and in turn, they help you reach your potential. My school is small and so there are not many AP classes you can take. I would change it to have more AP classes if I could.