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7 out of 10

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Overview

Spring Ridge Middle School

19856 Three Notch Rd
Lexington Park, MD, 20653
(301) 863-4031

Spring Ridge Middle School, located in Lexington Park, MD, serves grades 6-8 in the Spring Ridge Middle School. It received a GreatSchool Rating of 7 out of 10

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Student Diversity

Native American or Native Alaskan
0%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
Hispanic
9%
White, non-Hispanic
46%
Asian
6%
Black, non-Hispanic
34%
Multiracial
5%

Reviews

3.5
(33 Reviews)

My kids and I have had only positive experiences with teachers, administrators, and other families at the school. They have many after school activities and every person in the building cares about kids.
My daughter entered half way through the year as a 6th grader. She is bullied daily. I contacted the school counselor week one. No changes have been made. Children ititiate fights if she so much as looks at them. There are few extracurriculars. We are actively seeking alternatives.
Unless you are in the STEM Academy, don't bother with this school. If you can afford it, it is probably better to attend a private school. Most of these teachers are more worried about their union contract than you child's education and thus future.
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My son has been attending Spring Ridge for sixth grade. We actually purchased a home in the area after his first year, just so he could remain at Spring Ridge for seventh and eighth grade.
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My son is a 7th grader at Spring Ridge and has had nothing but problems since he started in 6th grade. There is a huge bullying problem at this school and unless the parents go demand something be done, nothing is.
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