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Marlboro Memorial Middle School

Morganville, NJ
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 930


Marlboro Memorial Middle School
71 Nolan Rd
Morganville, NJ 07751
(732) 972-7115
Marlboro Memorial Middle School is located in Morganville, NJ and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 9 out of 10
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Reviews14 Reviews

Overall, this school proved to be a decent experience. Being a current eighth-grader and only a few months shy of graduating, I do have quite a bit to say about this school.I, unlike most students, moved to Marlboro in the midst of the school year and found that cliques of "popular kids" were in abundance. Some of these stereotyped "popular" kids were, indeed, friendly and open-minded, but others were outright snobs. During my first year, I felt like a fish out of the water. In seventh grade, I did manage to create and expand my friend group, which really made that year the pinnacle of my academic adventure in MMMS. However, there was a great deal of instances in which the particularly snobby children would taunt me in some way. For instance, if I utilized a word or phrase not usually found in modern speech, (perhaps because of some out-of-context formality), they would repeat it in mockery.The education is good, as far as middle schools go. I disliked the sixth-grade science curriculum, although I adored the science lessons given in seventh-grade. Eighth-grade science is just as interesting, and there are fun labs. Physical education is a work in progress, I guess. There are tons of students that skip class and still get full credit. Certain activities can get really out of hand. For instance, during the Volleyball unit, when one of my peers hit the ball out of bounds, they were yelled at severely by their own classmates, to the point of humiliation and tears. On the bright side, I did get the chance to read intriguing texts during my three years. My particular favorites were The Book Thief and The Giver. Furthermore, I was extremely fortunate to come into contact with a myriad of understanding, kind, and all-around amazing teachers. Overall, I'm glad to have attended MMMS, for it has given me experiences critical for HS.
To aid kids through a tough and awkward part of their life, this school is terrible. It doesnt help students through these times, it hurts them. The teaching there m is effective, however the high school program puts so much stress on some students its inhuman.
There is no afternoon bus. This is really bad. The school is punishIng the kids who's both parents work. They can not participate on after school activities. Why are they discriminated? How much would cost one extra ride. Shame. ..Shame. ..Shame!!!!
My older daughter just graduated from MMMS and I have nothing bad to say about the school. Granted she spent a lot of effort to keep up with her C-level classes, staying up sometimes with after-midnight studies.The test results allowed her to get admitted to very selective Allied Health Academy. Many of her friends also scored well and got admitted to numerous selective Freehold Regional High School District and Monmouth County Vocational School District AcademiesMMMS also offers a number of sports and clubs, she enjoyed Royalaires Choir program through entire middle school and Public Safety in her 8th grade. Looking forward for my younger one to go to MMS in a few years
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