I believe Mayfield is a very good school. I am a twice exceptional student and the school has helped me tremendously with my social skills and anger management. It does not have amazingly challenging work but I am identified as profoundly gifted so I'm sure it's great for most struggling average and gifted students. Go Mayfield Wildcats!
Mayfield Middle School is a public middle school in Mayfield Heights. The principal of Mayfield Middle School is Mr. Paul Destino, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 692 students attend Mayfield Middle School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Multiracial. 19% of the 692 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 26% get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Mayfield Middle School is 14:1. St Francis Of Assisi School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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I am happy my child attends Mayfield Middle School. Her academics has improved tremendously after leave Maple Heights School System. My daughter is doing much better in language arts and math - much improvement.
Very good experience with this school so far. The teachers are very professional and the education high-quality. A wide spectrum of extracurricular activities including academic. I am very satisfied with the school.
My son is in senior year of Mayfield High School in Ohio. Most teachers in this school are very professional and have magic to make children success in academics. My son was trouble student now he is an outstanding student with 1480 SAT score. And Mayfield High School has also very good AEP programs. Mrs. Shoben did a great job to bring students into it.
Many caring and well trained teachers in school. Probably a fine school for typically developing students. Principal 'forgets' to comply with IDEA/IEP issues. While the words 'we think all children can learn' are posted on the door there is very little evidence of that in the special education program.