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Imlay City Middle School Overview

Imlay City Middle School is a part of the Imlay City Community Schools school district in Imlay City, Michigan. As of our last data update the school employs 21.43 full-time teachers. There are 516 students of which 209 receive a free lunch and 61 receive a price-reduced lunch.

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General Information

Level: Middle School
District: Imlay City Community Schools
Phone Number: 810-724-9811
School ID: 261910000186
Full-time Teachers: 21.43
Total Students: 516
Eligible for Free Lunch: 209
Eligible for Reduced Lunch: 61


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School Notes

This school has a student to teacher ratio of 24.08 students per full-time teacher compared to the Michigan average of 18.55 students per full-time teacher.

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Students, Teachers, and Free Lunch graphs

Number of Students 1

Full-time Teachers 1

Free Lunch Eligible 1

Legend mark for school points - Imlay City Middle School Values
Legend mark for state points - Michigan Average Values
Legend mark for national points - National Average Values

*Values of 0 in the graphs above are typically indicative of missing or erroneous data.
The 2011-2012 school year is the most recently available data provided by the federal government for the above topics (total students, FTE teachers, and free lunches). More recent data if often available via the state's Department of Education link located in the 'Government Resources' box above.

Assessment Testing Scores and Results

Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) 2014 Results
GradeSubjectGroupAdvancedProficientPartially ProficientNot Proficient
06MathAll Students< 5%24.90%20.70%51.50%
06MathEconomically Disadvantaged< 5%19.00%17.10%61.90%
06MathEnglish Language Learners< 5%< 5%7.70%92.30%
06MathFemale< 5%27.70%21.70%49.40%
06MathHispanic< 5%11.90%23.80%64.30%
06MathMale< 5%22.10%19.80%53.50%
06MathStudents with Disabilities< 5%9.10%< 5%90.90%
06MathWhite, not of Hispanic origin< 5%29.30%19.50%48.00%
06ReadingAll Students18.30%49.70%16.00%16.00%
06ReadingEconomically Disadvantaged11.40%46.70%20.00%21.90%
06ReadingEnglish Language Learners< 5%7.70%38.50%53.80%
06ReadingHispanic< 5%42.90%23.80%28.60%
06ReadingStudents with Disabilities9.10%27.30%9.10%54.50%
06ReadingWhite, not of Hispanic origin22.00%52.80%13.00%12.20%
06SocialStudiesAll Students< 5%15.80%58.50%24.00%
06SocialStudiesEconomically Disadvantaged< 5%8.40%57.00%34.60%
06SocialStudiesEnglish Language Learners< 5%< 5%30.80%69.20%
06SocialStudiesFemale< 5%19.00%63.10%17.90%
06SocialStudiesHispanic< 5%< 5%52.40%45.20%
06SocialStudiesMale< 5%12.60%54.00%29.90%
06SocialStudiesStudents with Disabilities< 5%7.70%38.50%53.80%
06SocialStudiesWhite, not of Hispanic origin< 5%20.20%59.70%17.70%
GradeSubjectGroupAdvancedProficientPartially ProficientNot Proficient
07MathAll Students< 5%27.30%21.20%49.70%
07MathEconomically Disadvantaged< 5%20.70%21.70%55.40%
07MathFemale< 5%27.50%26.30%45.00%
07MathHispanic< 5%30.30%18.20%48.50%
07MathMale< 5%27.10%16.50%54.10%
07MathStudents with Disabilities< 5%5.90%5.90%88.20%
07MathWhite, not of Hispanic origin< 5%26.60%22.70%49.20%
07ReadingAll Students14.10%40.50%28.80%16.60%
07ReadingEconomically Disadvantaged12.10%39.60%23.10%25.30%
07ReadingStudents with Disabilities< 5%13.30%40.00%46.70%
07ReadingWhite, not of Hispanic origin15.90%42.90%27.80%13.50%
07WritingAll Students< 5%42.30%50.30%< 5%
07WritingEconomically Disadvantaged< 5%40.70%52.70%5.50%
07WritingFemale5.10%52.60%39.70%< 5%
07WritingHispanic< 5%24.20%66.70%9.10%
07WritingMale< 5%32.90%60.00%5.90%
07WritingStudents with Disabilities< 5%< 5%66.70%33.30%
07WritingWhite, not of Hispanic origin< 5%47.60%45.20%< 5%
GradeSubjectGroupAdvancedProficientPartially ProficientNot Proficient
08MathAll Students< 5%33.70%23.90%39.90%
08MathEconomically Disadvantaged< 5%30.30%21.10%46.10%
08MathEnglish Language Learners< 5%33.30%8.30%58.30%
08MathFemale< 5%31.60%26.60%40.50%
08MathHispanic< 5%20.00%26.70%53.30%
08MathMale< 5%35.70%21.40%39.30%
08MathStudents with Disabilities< 5%< 5%< 5%> 95%
08MathWhite, not of Hispanic origin< 5%36.70%23.40%36.70%
08ReadingAll Students28.40%49.40%16.00%6.20%
08ReadingEconomically Disadvantaged21.30%50.70%21.30%6.70%
08ReadingEnglish Language Learners< 5%33.30%25.00%41.70%
08ReadingFemale21.50%62.00%13.90%< 5%
08ReadingStudents with Disabilities10.00%10.00%60.00%20.00%
08ReadingWhite, not of Hispanic origin33.10%51.20%11.80%< 5%
08ScienceAll Students< 5%14.70%30.70%50.90%
08ScienceEconomically Disadvantaged< 5%9.20%26.30%60.50%
08ScienceEnglish Language Learners< 5%< 5%9.10%90.90%
08ScienceHispanic< 5%< 5%10.30%89.70%
08ScienceMale< 5%21.20%25.90%50.60%
08ScienceStudents with Disabilities< 5%< 5%8.30%91.70%
08ScienceWhite, not of Hispanic origin< 5%18.00%35.90%41.40%

Source: Michigan Department of Education -

* Denotes data that was either not reported or not applicable

Previous Assessment Test Results

Test and Grade Level Proficient or better 2010-2011 Proficient or better 2011-2012
Math: All Students83%30%
Reading and Language Arts: All Students85%67%
Math: All Female80-84%30-34%
Reading and Language Arts: All Female90-94%70-74%
Math: All Male80-84%25-29%
Reading and Language Arts: All Male80-84%60-64%
Math: 6th Grade85-89%35-39%
Reading and Language Arts: 6th Grade85-89%70-74%
Math: 7th Grade85-89%30-34%
Reading and Language Arts: 7th Grade85-89%70-74%
Math: 8th Grade70-74%20-24%
Reading and Language Arts: 8th Grade80-84%55-59%
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Educational Attainment for Lapeer County (25 and Older)

Overall Educational Attainment

Male Educational Attainment

Female Educational Attainment

  1. Percent of Group without a HS Diploma
  2. Percent of Group with a HS Diploma or HS Equivalency
  3. Percent of Group with Some College Education (including associate's degrees)
  4. Percent of Group with a Bachelor's Degree or Higher

Income by Educational Attainment for Lapeer County (25 and Older)

Overall Income by Educational Attainment

Male Income by Educational Attainment

Female Income by Educational Attainment

  1. Median Income of Group without a HS diploma
  2. Median Income of Group with a HS Diploma or HS Equivalency
  3. Median Income of Group with Some College Education (including associate's degrees)
  4. Median Income of Group with a Bachelor's Degree
  5. Median Income of Group with a Professional Degree

Reviews and Ratings for IMLAY CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL


Compare to Nearby Schools:

Weston Elementary School

275 Weston St Imlay City, MI 48444
Distance: ~0 miles

Imlay City High School

1001 Norlin Dr Imlay City, MI 48444
Distance: ~0 miles

Borland Elementary School

500 West Borland Rd Imlay City, MI 48444
Distance: ~0 miles

Venture High School

2061 South Almont Ave Imlay City, MI 48444
Distance: ~1 miles

Lapeer Co. Education And Technology Center

690 Lake Pleasant Rd Attica, MI 48412
Distance: ~5 miles

Dryden Elementary School

3835 North Mill Rd Dryden, MI 48428
Distance: ~5 miles

Closest Public Library Systems:

Ruth Hughes Memorial District Library

211 North Almont Avenue Imlay City, MI 48444
Distance: ~0 miles

Dryden Township Library

5480 Main Street Dryden, MI 48428
Distance: ~6 miles

Almont District Library

213 West Saint Clair Street Almont, MI 48003
Distance: ~7 miles

1. NCES Common Core of Data 2008-2012 -
Educational Attainment: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 5-Year American Community Survey