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Middle Township High School to Hold Open House, Nov. 7

By Press Release

COURT HOUSE – Middle Township High School is pleased to invite all prospective students to our 2016 MTHS Panther Open House at 6 p.m. Nov. 7, 2016. This is a unique chance for students and their families to learn about all the opportunities available to them at Middle Township High School.
From our championship athletic teams to our award-winning Mock Trial and Yearbook organizations; our academies in the arts, STEM, business, and health/medicine; our rigorous academic curriculum; and our outstanding Advanced Placement program and scores, Middle Township High School is a comprehensive secondary school rich in tradition, spirit, and ambition. MTHS has earned a Silver Medal, and national ranking, from U.S. News & World Report and is the only high school in Cape May or Atlantic counties to be nationally ranked.
Our evening will begin in the high school lobby and continue throughout the building, featuring demonstrations, presentations, student work in action, and, of course, refreshments!
Representatives from all of our academies will be available to speak to parents and students about the opportunities available to them in a focused course of study. Teachers will be working with students throughout the building on labs, projects, music rehearsals, and club activities, so that prospective students and their parents can get a real feel for the energy of the high school and its dynamic staff and student body.
Please join us as we showcase all of the people, programs, and activities that make the Panther Experience truly special. We hope you’ll help us to roar even louder! 

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