About This School
In 2011, Tyrone Middle School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Grade 6 Reading Performance
Tyrone Middle School Reviews
Working hard to improve
Tyrone Middle School is working very hard to improve the test scores and provide opportunities to students who would not normally get the chance to succeed. Discipline has improved dramatically. The building is old but many improvements have taken place to make the campus look nice.
Tyrone Middle School is a Title I school. Many of the students at this school come from low socioeconomic backgrounds. Standardized tests shouldn't be the deciding factor when choosing a school. Although the FCAT is evaluated for validity and reliability, it doesn't mean that it is the ultimate tool to assess student learning.
Despite the less than desirable test scores, the school has a friendly and dedicated staff. Tyrone has a great gifted and ESOL program for students. Furthermore, it also has the AVID program for accelerated learners. I worked and met with many students and very few had negatives things to say about their school experience(outside of the usual, not wanting to do homework).
If you're zoned for Tyrone and unsure if this school will meet the needs of your student, then come tour the school and talk with the faculty about your concerns.
Tyrone Middle School
Tyrone Middle School
Has a score 3 out of 10…bad. The teachers can walk around with hoody’s on but the kids cannot great way to set an example. I have been to front office and heard the way teachers talk to kid very rude and nasty. Very seldom do they return phone calls to parents to issues resolved witch is like pulling teeth.
The FCAT scores are Math: 40, Reading: 38, Science: 20, not very good at all. I will post more as look into this school.
Tyrone is focused on kids learning and developing. They have a great program called AVID to help kids who want to go to college learn the skills needed to get there. All the teachers are caring and nurturing to the students and help create a great learning environment