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Madison Middle School

Tampa, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 633


Madison Middle School
4444 West Bay Vista Avenue
Tampa, FL 33611
(813) 272-3050
Madison Middle School is located in Tampa, FL and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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The STEM Academy at Madison is top notch. I've been to a few events where different schools show what they do. Madison, like ALL middle schools, has it's problems. However, the STEM Academy is an amazing program. My kids were challenged from start to finish, coming out with high school credit courses and a drive for success. The teachers truly care about the students and push them to be the best they can.
The school is reactive not proactive. The administration is terrible with only a few (literally) good teachers. The students are disrespectful. Terrible school with a terrible principal.
6th grader at Madison. I laughed at some of these reviews because, now is 2014-2015 and these kids are really rude and won't listen to teachers. Just cause work is too hard, boring, I choose to work cause I care for my future, If these kids don't care about what they do and think that they're all that, but let them be that way, if the parents don't do anything about it, guess what, Broke. Let's say this for example:Parents low on money and the child they had is 18+ but needs money that is unemployed for dropping out of highschool. The family would be broke now. Parents, teach your kids, I've been the same and now I'm in all advanced classes. :) By me getting to college will be my goal. My only word to the "Gangsters" of this school, have fun working at mcdonalds or any job that doesn't gives you good money in the future. Kid's your choice. Parent's/Guardians who care for you and is strict is the best you can ever ask for, they just want you to get somewhere in life.
my son attended this school for his 6th grade year he went from a honor roll student in honors classes to a C and D student. His absence from one class was not excused when he was signed out early because he has to have allergy shots twice a week so he was failed in that class because the teacher wouldn't give him the make up work. I don't really think he's learning anything in this school because he's bored and he gets distracted when he's not challenged. The way they let some of those kids dress i.e. 8th graders because they don't have to wear uniforms is ridiculous. They also allow kids to steal. My son cell phone was stolen in the care of a teacher having it and they gave me a hard time about paying me back for it. Luckily my son will be attending Stewart next school year since he wants to go to college for engineering. I'm hoping his grades come back up with the change. I wouldn't recommend this school for any child that is above average in grades let alone a nice, respectful kid.
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