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Middletown High School values Preparation, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence. Through rigorous curriculum and the building of relationships.

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2 Middletown High School values Preparation, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence. Through rigorous curriculum and the building of relationships among faculty, staff, students and community, we empower students to become life-long learners. Our educational community will foster self esteem and a culture of achievement and acceptance. Students will leave Middletown High School with the 21st-century skills necessary to maximize their potential as productive members of society and contributors to the global community. Show PRIDE! Preparation to use 21st-century skills and to become self-sufficient and active contributors in a dynamically changing world. Respect for the school’s institutional framework and for values which reflect consideration and regard for people and property, while embracing differences in culture, ideas, and beliefs. Integrity to maintain high ethical and professional standards in our daily interactions, our work and ourselves. Determination to realize one’s fullest potential in the face of social, intellectual, emotional, and physical challenges. Excellence in every endeavor reflected in a clear commitment to achieve the highest standards.

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4  ACADEMICS  ARTS  AGRICULTURE  ATHLETICS  ACTIVITIES  ADVISORY  ACCESSIBLE  ACCOMPLISHMENTS  AMBITIONS  ADVENTURES

5 Typical Freshman Schedule English 9 Algebra or Geometry Physical Science or Biology World History PE 9 Foreign Language Elective

6  Music - Band - Concert Choir - Classroom Piano - Guitar - String/Orchestra - AP Music Theory - Chamber Choir - Audition required - Wind Ensemble - Audition required - Jazz Ensemble - Audition required

7 Art - General Art - Drawing & Painting I & II - Pottery & Sculpture I & II - Studio Art - AP Studio Art - Photography I & II Drama - Acting I, II, III, IV - Technical Theater - Directing -Multicultural Theater

8 Tech. Ed - Video I, II, III - Morning News - Engineering & Robotics I, II - Computer Media & Design I & II Family & Consumer Science - Fashion & Clothing Design I, II & III - Foods I & II - Child Development I, II & III

9  Business Education - Accounting I &II - Work I & II - Retailing - Marketing - Career Investigation - Web Page Design - Intro to Programing - On Your Own - Personal Finance - Mastering Microsoft - Intro to Business

10  One of 19 High Schools in Connecticut with a Vocational/Agriculture Program  Hands on experience  Animal Science, Plant Science, Agricultural Mechanics & Natural Resources  State of the art facilities  Diverse group of students coming from 16 surrounding towns

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12  BLUE PRINTS  KEY CLUB  DRAGONS IN ACTION  YEARBOOK  DECA  MSC  DRAMA CLUB  STUDENT COUNCIL  FUTURE TEACHERS  JUDO

13 PRIDE  P reparation, R espect, I ntegrity, D etermination & E xcellence  Advisor/Advisee Relationship  Goal Setting  Small Group Setting  Discuss Current Issues/Events  Community Driven Projects  Relationship Building

14  Student Support Service  Guidance counselors, Social Workers, School Psychologist, Special Education  After School Tutoring  every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday in our Media Center  Teachers available by appointment  School Based Health Center  A division of the Community Health Center  College & Career Center  Media Center  Books, Research, Computers & More

15  Numerous Athletic State and Conference Championships  Yearly Regional & All-State Music Competition Representatives  Multiple International & State DECA Career Development Conference Winners  2012, 20+ International Competitors  Yearly FFA National Finalists  2012 National Finalist in Specialty Livestock Production

16  Advanced Placement classes  12 AP classes offered yearly  University of Connecticut Early College Experience  4 UConn classes offered yearly  Wesleyan University High School Scholars Program  Virtual High School Courses

17  COLLEGE PLANNING  COUNSELOR AVAILIABLE EVERY PERIOD OF EVERY DAY  ADMISSIONS REPRESENTATIVES  FALL 2012, 80 DIFFERENT SCHOOLS  RESUME BUILDING  INTREST INVENTORIES  SCHOLARSHIPS  CLASS OF 2012, $89,000 FROM LOCAL SOURCES  EMPLOYMENT SEARCH  SAT/ACT PLANNING

18 Johnson and Wales Brown St. Joseph’s Newbury Brio Academy EasternSouthernWestern Johnson State Lincoln Tech MarinesTrinity Connecticut College Fairfield University American International Franklin Pierce Mitchell Western New England University of New Haven UMASSAssumption Albertus Magnus Lafayette Coppin State McGillMaristNavy Post University Quinnipiac Roger Williams Salve Regina Georgia Tech Central Paul Mitchell UnityNYU University of Hartford NortheasternWesleyanVassar University of Vermont HamptonBryant Bay Path CT Culinary Institute ColbyClarkArmyAirforceCornell Five Towns HowardRutgers Sacred Heart Stony Brook UCONN University of Rhode Island Worcester Polytech Berkeley Boston University Endicott College George Mason Porter and Chester


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