Midway Independent School District is a top rated, public school district located in Woodway, TX. It has 7,898 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 89% of students are at least proficient in math and 86% in reading.
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Midway Independent School District Reviews
Midway ISD is probably one of the best schools in the area. Diversity is probably the weakest of Midway as there isn't much living in a small metropolitan city. Most of the teachers here at MISD are great, though I have complained about some, and the district took immediate action. As far as safety goes, Midway is probably the best district to handle it. With always practicing drills every month and having a school officer on campus, you are ensured that you are in the safest place as possible. Music and Arts are ok, as there is every program such as, band, orchestra, choir and theatre. One program Midway Independent School District could adopt could be the International Baccalaureate program considering the high rank of the district and how other school districts have it such as Frisco ISD, Plano ISD, Allen ISD, etc. Otherwise, Midway ISD is a great school district to be apart of!
Midway Independent School District has been apart of my education since I started in Pre-k. It has changed a lot over the course of 13 years, but in a positive aspect. Throughout one's education, there are bound to be teachers that aren't of best character, but Midway is mostly filled with phenomenal educators, administration, and faculty members. I have no real complaints about the food, as they are quite diverse. Being a student at Midway, there are plenty of things to be involved in. It seems as if every interest or hobby has a club for it and there are many different types of student organizations. As for changes, I haven't seen a need for any. All in all, Midway Independent School District has been a great part of my life and will always remain a special place to me.
I went to Midway my final year of high school from 2017 to 2018. I was behind on credits and wanted to graduate with my class, and Midway was able to assist me on getting where I needed to be. The building itself was over-crowded with students. The administration is mostly rude, and great at treating their students like numbers. Most sports are unfunded, except for their beloved football, of course. And, teachers are mainly hit or miss, especially in the non-advanced classes where teachers mostly just boost grades.