The Middleburgh School District’s commitment to academic excellence and achievement has been again recognized by The Albany Business Review with a four place advancement in the publication’s annual ranking of Capital Region districts.
In its recent report, Middleburgh placed 35th out of all Capital District schools, up from 39th place last year.
“We know there’s more work to be done,” said Superintendent Brian P. Dunn. “The district is committed to making sure we do everything we can to make certain Middleburgh is a preeminent district in the greater Capital Region, New York State and beyond.”
Mr. Dunn thanked The Albany Business Review for recognizing the district’s commitment to student success.
“Our faculty and staff very hard to ensure all our students are college and career ready, he added. “We also acknowledge our hard working students for their commitment to their personal academic excellence. And, none of this would be possible with the support of our students’ parents and our Middleburgh community.”
The Albany Business Review ranks schools and districts in the following categories: language and reading, social studies, math, science, a weighted graduation score that measures four-year high school graduation and dropout percentages, as well as the number of students who graduated with Advanced Regents Diplomas.