Midway Elementary School is located in Alpharetta, Forsyth County, Georgia, and teaches grades PK-5. Led by Todd Smith, this institution currently hold a 8/10 rating on GreatSchools.org, is ranked #171 of elementary schools in the state of Georgia, and has a 78.7 on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI), which is a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for all educational stakeholders that will promote college and career readiness for all Georgia public school students. Schools are scored on a scale of 0 to 100.
At Midway Elementary, there are plenty of student activities available for all grades. Unfortunately, there is no way to see these activities unless you have a child currently enrolled for safety reasons.
“Both of my children have attended/are attending this school. I cannot say enough good things about this school. It is a smaller/older school and because of that, you feel like a part of a special family. While not every teacher is perfect, the teachers and staff treat the kids with respect and love all while challenging them to learn. This school works to your child’s level and has the resources necessary for those with learning disabilities. (Not every school does). My only complaint is overcrowding however this is not a problem specific to this school only, it is a county wide problem.”
“I have had nothing but a wonderful experience at this school. My daughter is in 2nd grade this year and my son in kindergarten. My daughters 1st grade teacher (Mrs. Gober) made an absolute lasting empression on her as well as our whole family and she will always be remembered. My son was able to get my daughters kindergarten teacher who is an amazing teacher and we are so greatful! The environment of the school is warm, inviting and has somewhat of a home-like feel! The administration and staff are wonderful and I believe Midway is a wonderful school!”
“I have a rising second grader and love this school, the teacher and the administration!!! Looking forward to my 2 other children attending in the years to come.”