The Middletown school district strives to provide fiscally sound educational opportunities in a safe environment that continuously supports our diverse student population. Our mission is to enable all students to graduate, to reach their full potential, to become life-long learners, and to be competitive, productive members of society.
The Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools is:
Members of the League of Innovative Schools are selected once a year through a peer-reviewed application process supported by Digital Promise.
Middletown received a federal Race to the Top: District grant in 2012, from which we began the Blended Learning initiative in grades K-7.
Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA) is a cooperative program between Syracuse University and Middletown High School that allows high school students to enroll in Syracuse courses.
The Academies at Middletown High School provide several paths for students to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) instruction.
Academy of Information Technology
The National Academy Foundation (NAF) Academy of Information Technology teaches students about computer science in grades 9 - 12. Students may even have the opportunity to become entry-level certified before graduating high school. The Academy of IT may also include computer science curriculum from Project Lead the Way, as well as curriculum from the Cisco Networking Academy.