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Middletown High School North The Roar of the Shore
Middletown High School North offers a diversified curriculum, a wide range of athletic and co-curricular activities and individualized student learning opportunities. The programs provide all students with a comprehensive education that promotes high levels of personal achievement and academic success.
The Middletown High School North Community is committed to developing each individual’s maximum potential for acquiring, using, and enjoying knowledge so that each may become a productive and caring member of our society. In order to provide quality programs and excellent facilities that support each student’s academic and social growth, our school is committed to a strong participatory partnership with our staff, our community, our students and their families.
We believe that…. 1. All students can learn and be productive members of the school community. 2. All members of the school community deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. 3. The promotion of positive interpersonal skills and acceptance of diverse groups of people are necessary for the personal and educational growth of each individual. 4. Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making are life skills that can be developed and enhanced across the curricula and through extra-curricular activities. 5. Students should be provided a safe and nurturing environment with the necessary resources to foster physical and mental well- being. 6. The school atmosphere must promote individuality, creativity, and originality; honesty and integrity are expected. 7. In order to provide quality programs and excellent facilities that support each student’s academic and social growth, our school is committed to a strong participatory partnership with our staff, our community, our students and their families.
PSAT Test Results All sophomore and juniors take the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) in October Many qualify to compete for National Merit Scholarships. Two of our North students were recognized as Commended Scholars and were part of the top 3% of the 1.5 million participants who took the PSAT.
SAT Test Results 75% of our junior and senior students take the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or the ACT (American College Testing) for college admissions. Our top performing students score well above the state average on the SATs and qualify for academic and merit based scholarships. Standardized test data are analyzed by performance within the school and as compared to other schools within our District Factor Group (DFG) and across the state. Middletown High School North was rated as a high performing school using the state criteria.
HSN Advanced Placement Courses Something for Everyone! 24 AP courses are available: English: Language and Composition (grade 11) and Literature and Composition (12) Social Studies: US History, Modern European History, Psychology, Economics (Micro/Macro), World History, Human Geography, and US Government and Politics Mathematics: Calculus AB, Calculus BS, Computer Science, and Probability/Statistics Science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics (Mechanical/Electrical), and Environmental Science World Language: French, Spanish and Italian Fine/Visual Arts: Music Theory and Studio Art
Advanced Placement Awards AP Scholar24 Grades of 3 or better on three or more AP exams AP Scholar with Honors13 Grades of 3 or better on four or more AP exams and an average of 3.57 on all AP tests taken AP Scholar with Distinction 22 Grades of 3 or better on five or more AP exams and an average of 3.91 on all AP tests taken Over 15% of the graduating class!
HSPA Performance HSN Students scoring proficient or advanced proficient Language Arts 95% Schoolwide Mathematics 94% Schoolwide We outperform over 50% of DFG and schools statewide.
Individualized Learning Opportunities Arts High School (creative writing, vocal/instrumental music, dance, theatre/visual arts) Dual Credit Programs at Brookdale, Seton Hall and Rider University Independent Study (self-directed learning with a teacher facilitator for a specific curricular area) Senior Internship Project (experience the working world on Fridays from February to June) Tomorrow’s Teachers (provides students with classroom and field experiences) Civic Leadership (transition leaders, peer mediators, and community service initiatives)
S. T. E. M. Initiative In keeping with the global STEM initiatives and in response to the increasingly technology driven job market, the Middletown Public School District will be providing our students with a solid foundation in the core STEM subjects in preparation for post-secondary college and career plans.
S.T. E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Pathway
27 Athletic Programs State and Division Championships Shore Conference Championships NCAA Scholarships and Signings 7 students from Class of 2014! All from a variety of sports for males and females.
40 Co-Curricular Clubs Awards and Achievements DECA (North students represented N.J. at the International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California) FCCLA (North students won awards and scholarships at state competitive events) Columbia Scholastic Press Association Award for our Literary Magazine Viewpoint North students selected for All Shore Chorus and All Shore Band North student is a Top Ten Finalist in the Poetry Out Loud Competition Count Basie Award Winners in Dramatic Arts Jefferson Leadership Award for Public Service (Students in Action)
North is the MANE Place to Be! Many Amazing New Experiences for All Students We provide a broad range of course offerings and electives in every subject area. All classrooms are equipped with resources and technology to enhance teaching and learning. Students can earn college credits prior to graduation. Many earn scholarships and admissions to Division I colleges/universities. There are Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity Team sports, many co-curricular activities and community initiatives to support good sportsmanship, leadership and citizenship. An experienced faculty and motivated students create a dynamic educational environment for success.