Middletown High School
 Date updated - Winter 2017
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District: Appoquinimink School District Telephone: (302) 376-4141
Address: 120 Silver Lake Road, Middletown DE 19709 Web: Middletown High School Page
Principal: Matthew Donovan
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Academic Achievement
Points Earned: 68
Weight: 25.00% Possible Points: 125.00
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Academic Achievement (2016-17)

State Metric ValueLEA Metric ValueSchool Metric ValuePossible PointsPoints Earned
Proficiency ELA56.63%68.81%71.47%50.0035.74
Proficiency Math45.13%55.64%39.41%50.0019.71
Proficiency Science47.45%58.01%51.76%25.0012.94
Proficiency Social Studies     


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Growth
Points Earned: 135
Weight: 45.00% Possible Points: 225.00
Rating:


Growth (2016-17)

State Metric ValueLEA Metric ValueSchool Metric ValuePossible PointsPoints Earned
Growth ELA50.00%56.33%65.33%112.5073.50
Growth Math50.00%58.00%54.83%112.5061.69


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On Track to Graduation
Points Earned: 93
Weight: 20.00% Possible Points: 100.00
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On Track to Graduation (2016-17)

State Metric ValueLEA Metric ValueSchool Metric ValuePossible PointsPoints Earned
On Track in 9th Grade89.45%95.82%94.59%25.0023.65
4-year Cohort Graduation Rate84.66%89.82%91.76%60.0055.06
5-year Cohort Graduation Rate85.60%95.54%93.07%15.0013.96
6-year Cohort Graduation Rate     


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College and Career
Points Earned: 23
Weight: 10.00% Possible Points: 50.00
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College and Career (2016-17)

State Metric ValueLEA Metric ValueSchool Metric ValuePossible PointsPoints Earned
College and Career Prep49.64%53.65%45.32%50.0022.66


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Participation
Participation (2016-17)

SchoolDistrictState
Participation English88.97%98.07%97.94%
Participation Math88.97%97.97%97.81%
Participation Science100.00%99.42%97.76%


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Context Measure
Post-Secondary Outcomes: The percent of students who complete education and career training beyond high school. Students who do so have a greater likelihood of future employment with higher wages. (2016-17) 62.79%

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