Midland Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Midland, MI. It has 7,658 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
Midland Public Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Midland Public Schools
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- A+301 Students
- A+208 Students
- B+196 Students
- B-153 Students
- B143 Students
- B+122 Students
- A80 Students
- B+79 Students
- B72 Students
- A-52 Students
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Midland Public Schools Reviews
I think it is an amazing school system with teachers who inspire you and push you! Although, like every school there are some failts. The students that go there are not the most respectful, so it brings the school system down a little bit because no one want to be around people who only complain. However, in my opinion, the staff totally makes up for that!
As a former MPS student i found that going to a school within the district opened me up to soak up culture that i didn't get when i was younger, the teachers were supportive, and the faculty although running with an iron fist loved their job and cared for student growth. I used to be a member of a team that would stereo-typically be for girls, but the school supported my choice to pursue the sport. My only complaint about the district is that i felt so closed in, there are no windows. There were times when mental issues caused me to need some help and the staff and counselors were very supportive of me. Over all I'm going to miss being a member of MPS, i will always treasure what I learned there, the teachers went out of their way to help us succeed, and i am eternally grateful, GO GREEN.
Midland Public Schools has made a huge impact on my life. My teachers have created an environment that has encouraged me to get out of my comfort zone and view the world with open eyes. The teachers and staff focus on uniting us all as one body, growing not only our academic portfolio but also our characters. Teachers are eager to invest in students who want to create new clubs, which allows for a more diverse community. It has been obvious to me that teachers take personal responsibility to prepare students for the future as we move to the next level in our academic career. They help us balance our time with extracurricular activities, school events, and school work. I am proud to be a part of such a positive community and look forward to giving back to it in the future.