Woodrow Wilson Middle School
is a middle school
located in Edison
, New Jersey
, in the United States
, and is part of the Edison Township Public Schools
. The school serves students in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade in a two-story building. There are approximately 43 classrooms in the school. Graduates of Woodrow Wilson Middle School enter J. P. Stevens High School
As of the 2005-06 school year, the school had an enrollment of 736 students and 76.0 classroom teachers (on an FTE
basis), for a student-teacher ratio
of 9.7., National Center for Education Statistics
. Accessed March 19, 2008.
The school is located at the end of Woodrow Wilson Drive off Plainfield Road. Following the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster
, several first floor hallways of the school were named after the astronauts who perished. In addition, Woodrow Wilson's central courtyard, which is normally closed to students, unless they are participating in the Garden Club, is dedicated to the late John L. Kotcho, who was a long-serving vice-principal.
The student body breakdown is 62% Asian, 29% White, 4% Hispanic, 4% Black, and <1% Native American.
The school has a wide variety of subjects offered to students, Classes that students are required to take are - Social Studies, Life Science, Mathematics, English, Health (one marking period/year) and Physical Education (3 marking periods/year).
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