In 2003 the Middletown community passed a $75.8 million bond issue to replace or remodel all of Middletown's elementary schools with state of the art school buildings. Seven elementary buildings house grades kindergarten through fifth grade; one Six Grade Center, and one middle school accommodates grades seven and eight; and grades nine through twelve occupy Middletown High School. These accomplishments are the result of an ongoing team effort that involves the dedication and hard work of students, administrators, teachers, support staff, and community members.
On May 6, 2014, voters in Middletown approved a $95 million bond issue for the construction of a new middle school on the current high school campus, as well additions and renovations to the high school, including additional classroom space and a new competition gym. The district captures $40 of this in funding towards the project from the Ohio Schools Facilities Commission (OSFC). The project includes:
• Up-to-date security features for student and staff safety.
• Modern wireless technology, up-to-date science labs and more.
• Improved lighting and replaced mechanical parts.
• Improved HVAC for healthier air quality.
• Energy-efficient schools which will translate to a savings to residents over time.