Newton-Midland City, Alabama

Does Newton-Midland City, Alabama have good schools?

When determining if Newton-Midland City, Alabama, has good schools, we analyze key factors including math proficiency, reading/language proficiency, students-per-teacher ratio, average teacher salaries, National Blue Ribbon awards, Spelling Bee and STEM/non-STEM national competitions, and more.

SchoolsNational RankingsPrivate School Enrollment
Elementary schools in Newton-Midland CityScored 57.9Dwellics analytics team assigned the score 57.9 to elementary education in Newton-Midland City, Alabama (with 100 being the best). on a scale of 0 to 100.4.6%
Middle schools in Newton-Midland CityScored 47.5Dwellics analytics team assigned the score 47.5 to middle education in Newton-Midland City, Alabama (with 100 being the best). on a scale of 0 to 100.8.8%
High schools in Newton-Midland CityScored 38.7Dwellics analytics team assigned the score [r_high] to high education in Newton-Midland City, Alabama (with 100 being the best). on a scale of 0 to 100.12.0%

Dwellics searched for winners of 69 nationwide competitions for school children in both STEM and non-STEM fields and found 0.0 winners in Newton-Midland City, Alabama in the last 5 years.

Elementary Schools in Newton-Midland City, Alabama

There are 2 public elementary schools in Newton-Midland City, Alabama. The public elementary schools in Newton-Midland City are rated 57.9 (with 100 being the best) in the United States according to our research. Among elementary school students, approximately 4.6% are enrolled at private schools in Newton-Midland City.

The average percentage of students proficient in math in Newton-Midland City, Alabama at the elementary level is 59.5%, and proficient in reading & language arts 54.5%.

The average salary of an elementary school teacher in Newton-Midland City is $47,189 per year. The average number of elementary school students assigned to a teacher’s classroom in Newton-Midland City is 16.

Middle Schools in Newton-Midland City, Alabama

There are 1 public middle schools in Newton-Midland City, Alabama. The public middle schools in Newton-Midland City are rated 47.5 (with 100 being the best) in the United States according to our research. Among middle school students, approximately 8.8% are enrolled at private schools in Newton-Midland City.

The average percentage of students proficient in math in Newton-Midland City, Alabama at the middle schools level is 52.0%, and proficient in reading & language arts 49.0%.

The average salary of a middle school teacher in Newton-Midland City is $47,189 per year. The average number of middle school students assigned to a teacher’s classroom in Newton-Midland City is 18.

High Schools in Newton-Midland City, Alabama

There are 1 high schools in Newton-Midland City, Alabama. The public high schools in Newton-Midland City are rated 38.7 (with 100 being the best) in the United States according to our research. Among high school students, approximately 12.0% are enrolled at private schools in Newton-Midland City.

The average percentage of students proficient in math in Newton-Midland City, Alabama at the high school level is 37.0%, and proficient in reading & language arts 37.0%.

The average salary of a high school teacher in Newton-Midland City is $47,189 per year. The average number of high school students assigned to a teacher’s classroom in Newton-Midland City is 17.

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