The Middletown Township School District offers its students a comprehensive selection of courses, sports, and other co-curricular clubs/activities to ensure that students have the opportunity to develop the skills necessary for post-secondary studies, technical training, or employment. Through the delivery of a rigorous and relevant curriculum, students experience interdisciplinary connections, problem-based learning, and the integration of technology across the curriculum. Guidance counselors and case managers meet with students to review their course selections before schedules are finalized.
In the 2015-2016 academic year, in addition to our Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Pathway, we began to offer a Government, Law, and Public Policy Pathway (GLP3) for students interested in pursuing studies and careers in related fields.
In the 2017-2018 academic year we will be adding two new programs: the Business Management and Administration Pathway (BMAP) and the Early College Academy (ECA) program. Click on any of the links in the navigation menu on the left to find out more information about these programs.