- George S. Middleton High School
Middleton High School Address 4801 North 22nd Street
Tampa, Florida, Hillsborough, 33610
Coordinates 27.990367, -82.433546 Information School type Public Status Open School district Hillsborough County School code 3004 Principal Owen Young Headteacher Kathy Freriks Chief custodian Earl Grades 9-12 Age 13 to 19 Number of students 1152 (as of November 20th, 2010) Average class size ~25 School Colour(s) Maroon & Gold Mascot Tiger Assistant Principals Hellen Hollaway
Kim D. Moore
George S. Middleton High School was originally established in 1934-35 for segregated Tampa, FL for Black residents. Its rival school in Hillsborough County is Howard Blake. The current facility opened in 2002 on North 22nd Street in the East Tampa section of Tampa. The school mascot is the Tiger. The school is named in honor of George S. Middleton, an African American businessman and civic leader, who moved to Tampa from South Carolina in the late 19th century.
Another highlight of the school is its award-winning Robotics Team #1369. The team was on the winning alliance at the FIRST Robotics Competition Peachtree Regional in Atlanta, and advanced to the national competition.
Middleton's Mu Alpha Theta team is one of the highest-ranked in the nation. In 2007, their team placed ninth in the FAMAT state convention, and seventh in the Mu Alpha Theta National Convention.
The school's rival high school is Howard W. Blake High School (Middleton and Blake were the two African-American high schools during segregation). The yearly football game, held at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium, is highly anticipated.
As of 2010, the Blake vs. Middleton game was held at Blake High School.
Ethnicity / Demographics
Number of students Percentage of students Student ethnicity 4 0.29% American Indian / Alaskan Native 26 1.91% Asian / Pacific Islander 956 70.29% Black (African American), Non Hispanic 168 12.35% Hispanic 37 2.72% Multi-Racial 169 12.43% White (Caucasian), Non Hispanic 1360 Total 100%
- Rev. Abe Brown
- Symuel Harold Smith
- Willietta Agnes Hodgins
- Alice Loretta Holley
- Freddie Alphonso Smith
- Landon A. Hamilton
During the 2009 school year, only 25% of students scored "proficient" on the reading section of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, while 53% passed Mathematics and 90% passed Writing. The average among the Hillsborough County School District (SDHC) is 61% for Reading, 68% for Mathematics, and 96% for Writing.
- ^ Minotaur-Team1369
- ^ 'Sport For The Brain'
- ^ Sports: Blake vs. Middleton: It's more than just a game
- ^ FHSAA
- ^ http://www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/schools/SelectSchool.asp School Information -- Select Middleton under Magnet and press Go
Hillsborough County Public and Private Schools High Schools
Alonso High School (8th - 12th grade) · Armwood High School · Blake High School · Bloomingdale High School · Brandon High School · Chamberlain High School · Durant High School · East Bay High School · Freedom High School · Gaither High School · Hillsborough High School · Jefferson High School · King High School · Lennard High School · Leto Senior High School · Middleton High School · Newsome High School · Plant City High School (7th - 12th grade) · Plant High School · Riverview High School · Robinson High School · Sickles High School · Tampa Bay Technical High School · Tampa Marine Evening (7th - 12th grade) · Wharton High School
Louis Benito Middle School · Pete Davidsen Middle School · Angelo L. Greco Middle School · Ben Hill Middle School · John Quincy Adams Middle School · James Buchanan Middle School · William G. Pierce Middle School (6th-9th grade) · Memorial Middle School · Sligh Middle Magnet School · D.W. Webb Middle School · Dowdell Middle Magnet School · Roland Park Middle School · Dr. John A. Coleman Middle School · Martin Van Buren Middle School · James Madison Middle School · Progress Village Middle Magnet School · Dr. R. Reche Williams Middle Magnet School · Nathan B. Young Middle Magnet School · Benjamin Franklin Middle Magnet School · Andrew J. Ferrell Middle Magnet School · James Monroe Middle School · Booker T. Washington Middle School · Woodrow Wilson Middle School · Garland V. Stewart Middle Magnet School · Orange Grove Middle Magnet School · Hillsborough Academy (5th-8th grade) · Liberty Middle School
MacFarlane Park International Baccalaureate School · Westchase Elementary School · Alafia Elementary School · Symmes Elementary School · Summerfield Elementary School · Crestwood Elementary School · Claywell Elementary School · Essrig Elementary School · Limona Elementary School · Boyette Springs Elementary School · Egypt Lake Elementary School · Dale Mabry Elementary School · Pride Elementary School · Forest Hills Elementary School · Dunbar Magnet School · Gorrie Elementary School · Mitchell Elementary School · Oak Grove Elementary School · Lee Magnet School · Roosevelt Elementary School · West Shore Elementary School · Walden Lake Elementary School
Charter schools in Tampa
Anderson Elementary Academy · Carl Sagan Academy · Hope Preparatory Academy · Kid’s Community College · Learning Gate Community School · Literacy/Leadership/Technology Academy · Metropolitan Ministries · Mount Pleasant Standard-Based Middle School · Pepin Academy of Tampa · Prince Academy · Quest Middle School · Re-birth Academy · RCMA Wimauma Academy · Richardson Montessori Academy · Tampa Bay Academy · Tampa Charter School · Tampa Transitional School of Excellence · Terrace Community Middle School · Trinity School for Children · USF/Patel · USF/Patel Intermediate · Village of Excellence · Walton Academy of the Performing Arts
Private Schools in Tampa
Berkeley Preparatory School (PreK-12) · Cambridge Christian School (PreK-12) · Tampa Catholic High School (9-12) · Jesuit High School of Tampa (9-12) · Tampa Preparatory School (6-12) · Citrus Park Christian School (PreK-12) · Christ the King Catholic School (PreK-8) · St. Mary's Episcopal Day School (PreK-8) · Bayshore Christian School (PreK-12) · Tampa Baptist Academy (PreK-12) · Academy of the Holy Names (9-12) · American Youth Academy (PreK-12) · The Paideia School of Tampa Bay (K-12) · Bell Shoals Baptist Academy (PreK-8)
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.
Look at other dictionaries:
George D. Chamberlain High School — was opened in 1956 on North Boulevard (on the corner of Busch) in Tampa, Florida, in the United States. The school is named in honor of George Chamberlain, who served for several years as a trustee for the Hillsborough County School System. The… … Wikipedia
High School U.S.A. — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel High School U.S.A. Produktionsland USA … Deutsch Wikipedia
Oil Bowl (high school) — The Oil Bowl is a high school football game played between All Star teams from Texas and Oklahoma. The all star game began in 1938, originally between East and West Texas high school football all stars. It was not until 1945 that the game began… … Wikipedia
Crispus Attucks High School — U.S. National Register of Historic Places … Wikipedia
West Ashley High School — was created in 2000, when Charleston County School District merged Middleton and St. Andrew s High schools. The school is a part of St. Andrew s Constituent District #10.Notable EventsOn July 29, 2002, President George W. Bush visited West Ashley … Wikipedia
School shooting — School shooter redirects here. For the Half Life 2 mod, see School Shooter: North American Tour 2012. Terrorism Definitions · Counter terrorism Inter … Wikipedia
Middleton, Greater Manchester — Coordinates: 53°33′19″N 2°11′17″W / 53.555185°N 2.187953°W / 53.555185; 2.187953 … Wikipedia
George Orwell — Eric Blair redirects here. For the politician, see Eric Blair (Ontario politician). George Orwell Orwell s press card portrait, taken in 1933 Born Eric Arthur Blair 25 June 1903( … Wikipedia
Middleton, Norfolk — Coordinates: 52°43′01″N 0°28′01″E / 52.717°N 0.467°E / 52.717; 0.467 … Wikipedia
George McClellan — George Brinton McClellan Surnom Little Mac The Young Napoleon Naissance 3 décembre 1826 Philadelphie, Pennsylvanie … Wikipédia en Français