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Middletown

Middletown, OH

Middletown

Middletown, OH
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About

School: Middletown
Address: 601 N Breiel Blvd Middletown, OH
Mascot: Middies
State Association: Ohio High School Athletic Association
Notable Alumni: Jerry Lucas, Kyle Schwarber, Butch Carter, Cris Carter, Todd Bell, John Fraley, and Vincent Edwards
How many state championship has your school won? Middletown Athletics: 9-Time Team & 33 Individual State Champions
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? Interscholastic athletic activities in the Middletown City School District are considered to be an integral part of the school’s educational program. A variety of experiences are provided to aid the student athlete’s mental, physical, social, and emotional development. Development of favorable habits and attitudes will better prepare the student athlete for adult life in a democratic society. Promoting involvement in the interscholastic athletic program at all levels of participation instills pride, reinforces a sound value structure, and enhances the individual’s self-image as well as the image of the school district and community. Since Middletown student-athletes represent their school and their community wherever they go, they must have a clear understanding that participation in athletics is a privilege that requires additional responsibility and sacrifice. Our goal is to succeed in athletics while maintaining acceptable educational and behavioral standards for our student-athletes.

About

School: Middletown
Address: 601 N Breiel Blvd Middletown, OH
Mascot: Middies
State Association: Ohio High School Athletic Association
Notable Alumni: Jerry Lucas, Kyle Schwarber, Butch Carter, Cris Carter, Todd Bell, John Fraley, and Vincent Edwards
How many state championship has your school won? Middletown Athletics: 9-Time Team & 33 Individual State Champions
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? Interscholastic athletic activities in the Middletown City School District are considered to be an integral part of the school’s educational program. A variety of experiences are provided to aid the student athlete’s mental, physical, social, and emotional development. Development of favorable habits and attitudes will better prepare the student athlete for adult life in a democratic society. Promoting involvement in the interscholastic athletic program at all levels of participation instills pride, reinforces a sound value structure, and enhances the individual’s self-image as well as the image of the school district and community. Since Middletown student-athletes represent their school and their community wherever they go, they must have a clear understanding that participation in athletics is a privilege that requires additional responsibility and sacrifice. Our goal is to succeed in athletics while maintaining acceptable educational and behavioral standards for our student-athletes.

About

School: Middletown
Address: 601 N Breiel Blvd Middletown, OH
Mascot: Middies
State Association: Ohio High School Athletic Association
Notable Alumni: Jerry Lucas, Kyle Schwarber, Butch Carter, Cris Carter, Todd Bell, John Fraley, and Vincent Edwards
How many state championship has your school won? Middletown Athletics: 9-Time Team & 33 Individual State Champions
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? Interscholastic athletic activities in the Middletown City School District are considered to be an integral part of the school’s educational program. A variety of experiences are provided to aid the student athlete’s mental, physical, social, and emotional development. Development of favorable habits and attitudes will better prepare the student athlete for adult life in a democratic society. Promoting involvement in the interscholastic athletic program at all levels of participation instills pride, reinforces a sound value structure, and enhances the individual’s self-image as well as the image of the school district and community. Since Middletown student-athletes represent their school and their community wherever they go, they must have a clear understanding that participation in athletics is a privilege that requires additional responsibility and sacrifice. Our goal is to succeed in athletics while maintaining acceptable educational and behavioral standards for our student-athletes.