Students enrolled 555
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School leader Mr. Ronald A. Bond
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District Dover City
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2131 North Wooster Ave
Dover, OH 44622

(330) 364-7121
(330) 343-7070
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4 stars
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April 25, 2011
I like the Choir in this school, Our Choir teacher (7th and 8) is really passionate. So is the 6th Grade Choir teacher. Our PLTW teacher is good at teaching us, and has good humor. The Art teacher is nice and I think she does a good job teaching at Dover. The PE teachers are good and care about being our teachers. They even put music on when we have PE. The experience is interesting.

- submitted by a community member
April 25, 2011
This school is lacking in some areas. They REALLY need to improve school lunches there.Some students said they got food poisoning. Unhealthy packaged food is served, just carrots and lettuce maybe celery in peanut butter. Thats your salad bar. Fruit is available, not mature though. French Fries are awful and Dominoes Pizza is served everyday. And the Tray is awful. Tornado special is served in plastic wrappings under heaters. Also, there are students I know that don't do their homework. For students that don't do their assignment on time have what we call "Study Room" after school to finish their work but also pay time for not doing homework. The grading scales are different here and they have higher standards. Facebook addiction and Dating peer pressure exist in this school. I think it interferes with education and social life too much. If your going for a good career for collge, not highschool dropouts I would not recommend this school. The teachers are caring, but the students barely study, most of them at least. If you get a Honor Roll, you will get a card called a "Tornado Card" It will give you a coupon for three things.

- submitted by a community member
no rating March 09, 2009
The grade scales harder. But I have a 3.88 and I'm in the 'harder' classes you might say. You'll get better education but colleges don't take special consideration which puts you at a disadvantage.

- submitted by a student
January 05, 2009
i went to dover all my life and its bomb. yea we get graded harder but theyre really just trying to make us work harder to acheive a grade. its not a disadvantage if we work hard enough for it and in the long run we got a better education. im not gifted but i still have straight A;s in dover . its all about the quality of ur education.

- submitted by a student
no rating December 22, 2008
my kids love dover middle school. the teachers really are involved along with the principals especially with troubled kids that need a little more guidance. they have d.o.c which involves them in volunteer work within the community. the biggest is the leaf raking for the elderly that cannot other wise do them selves. it really makes the kids feel good about themselves when they helped another person.

- submitted by a parent
December 21, 2008
I've gone to Dover all my life they provide the best services ever.

- submitted by a student
June 02, 2008
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- submitted by a student
April 01, 2008
I think this school has been the greatest for my daughter personally, and their higher grading scale pushed her to get better grades.

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August 07, 2007
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July 18, 2006
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- submitted by a student
August 22, 2004
Dover city schools chose a different grading scale than most other schools. What would be an A at another school is only a B at a Dover school. This puts the students at an unfair disadvantage when applying to colleges. Their GPA will be lower at a Dover school even though they are making the same percentage grade as a student in another district. Since GPA affects college acceptance, Dover students are not evaluated fairly by colleges that they may apply to. I would not recommend Dover School district to anyone but 'gifted' children who can maintain at least a 95% in all classes at all times.

- submitted by a parent
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Dover Middle School
2131 North Wooster Ave, Dover, OH  44622
(330) 364-7121
Last modified Dover Middle School is a Public school that serves grades 6-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Dover Middle School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 11 reviews.