Middle Township High School

Vision Statement

Middle Township High School upholds the mission of our school district while seeking to provide students with an educational foundation that prepares them for academic challenges and personal enrichment.  This opportunity provides equitable access to academic subject areas, as well as exposure to the arts, athletics, and other activities, all of which are available to every student.  We believe exposure to these different pillars of instruction is essential to produce a well rounded student.  As a school representing the diverse needs of our students and learning community, Middle Township High School is dedicated to creating a nurturing environment that not only challenges all students, but provides them with the necessary skills to become successful active citizens.

News and Announcements

Would you like to buy Middle Township clothing and show your Panther Pride?
Support our school store and get some awesome gear!

Updated Order Form and Pictures of Items Available

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Mural

Our newest mural, created and painted by Maggie Fossett, assisted by several of her classmates!
Can't hide that #pantherpride!

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MTHS is proud of our continuing success on the Advanced Placement exams and the ACT's. Please see the links below for the most recent results.
Advanced Placement Current Year Scores Part 1
Advanced Placement Current Year Scores Part 2
Advanced Placement Five Year Scores
ACT Results

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DVD Sales from the Panther News Network!
All sales benefit the TV Studio!

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School Choice Information

 

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District Anti Bullying Policy

District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
Robert Johnson, Director of Special Education
Middle Township Public School
216 South Main Street
CMCH, NJ  08210
609-465-1800 ext. 3106
johnsonr@middletwp.k12.nj.us

High School:

Mr. David Joslin
300 East Atlantic Avenue
CMCH, NJ 08210
609-465-1852, joslind@middletwp.k12.nj.us

Career Day Presenters

MTHS WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND A SINCERE THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE FOLLOWING COMMUNITY MEMBERS WHO GAVE THEIR TIME TO PRESENT AT OUR 4th ANNUAL CAREER DAY!

Meahgan and Chelsea of WAWA

Krista Ostrander of The Reeds

Ben Haberman of Blue Landscaping/Diller & Fisher Real Estate

Eric Thomas of Sunshine Dentistry

Andrew Bulakowski and Robert Boyce of Northeast Carpenters Union

Peter Lomax of Lomax Consulting Group

Kate McHenry of U.S. Coast Guard

James Harvey and Keith Johnson of DOC

Sarah Moore of Holy Cross Hospital & National Institutes of Health

Matt Calloway of T.L.C. Mechanical

Melissa Eiding and Samantha Kovalchek of Cape Regional Medical Center

Jacqueline Johnson of Starbucks

Annie Farrow of Holy Redeemer VNA & Hospice

Thomas Schad of Schad and Schad

Rupalee Chauhan of The Men's Wearhouse

Tim Janicki of Sight2Site Media

Gino Castellano and Josh Bryan of the MTPD

Nancy Szulewski of ACME

Richard Palacio of Atlantic/CMC Vicinage

Annie Johnson of Ceisler Media and Issue Advocacy

EJ Dougherty of Harbor Burger Bar

Al Campbell of CMC Herald

Ann Murphy of Rutgers University

Mike Celestino of Bureau of Marine Fisheries

Emily Zidanic of CMCMUA

Alexandra Decastro of RE/MAX of New Jersey, Inc.

Rick Rock and Bill Olaschinez of WIBG 94.3

Tony Monzo, Doug Burke, Lou DeLollis, and Karen McKee of Monzo Catanese Hillegass PC

Ralph Johnson III of Ralph Johnson Building Contractor LLC

Joe Landis and Omar Perez of Cape May County Prosecutor's Office

Teddy Bryan, Retired MTHS Teacher

Nicole Quinn and Dana Laslow of DCP&P

Carl Messick and Megan Russ of Peter Shields Inn and Restaurant

Leslie Beers, Self-Employed Musician and Teacher

School Closings Or Delays

Listen to the TV or radio ("The Coast" 98.7") or KYW News Radio 1060 AM during wintry weather to find out if Middle Township Public Schools are reported as Closed or Delayed Opening.

If a delayed opening is in effect Children should be at their bus stops exactly 90 minutes (one hour and a half) later than usual . Schools will begin at the following times:

Elem. #1 - 10:10 a.m. (AM Pre-school will be cancelled)

Elem. #2 - 10:15 a.m.

Middle School - 9:10 a.m.

High School - 9:10 a.m.