iMiddle Applications Now Open

iMiddle Applications Deadline is March 25, 2022

Applications for incoming students to iMiddle for the 2022-23 School Year are now open. Any incoming student interested in attending the Owensboro Innovation Middle School (iMiddle) will need to submit an online application via Google Forms. Current students do not need to fill out an application.

This information will provide staff with the necessary tools to prepare for the upcoming school year and determine if the school will be a good fit for your child. There are no prerequisites to apply. All who are interested are encouraged to do so. 

There will be two Parent Information Nights that families can sign up for at the link below. The dates are Wednesday, February 9 and Thursday, February 17. Both events start at 5:30 p.m.

Parent Information Night Sign-Up Link

Deadline for application submission is March 25, 2022. If you missed the deadline and are interested in your child attending iMiddle, please visit the school and speak to an administrator. Acceptance letters will be sent out before Spring Break.

Features of iMiddle

  • Small School Environment
  • Powerful Culture
  • Project-Based Learning
  • Cutting-Edge Technology
  • Community Partnerships

About iMiddle

iMiddle is a 6-8 grade middle school partnering with civic and cultural institutions to stimulate learning and engagement. The school will inspire learning and foster innovation through the New Tech Network project-based learning model and a core philosophy of hands-on critical thinking and problem solving.

Community Partnerships

iMiddle will collaborate with community partners such as the Wendall H. Ford Government Center, Kentucky Wesleyan College and local museums to apply real-world experiences to education.

New Tech Network

The New Tech Network is a nonprofit organization that works with schools around the country to transform teaching and learning. Their vision for success is college and career readiness for all students. Research shows that New Tech Network students outperform conventional school students in a number of areas:

  • 52% higher critical thinking skills
  • 9% higher graduation rate
  • 12% higher average score on state testing
  • 6% higher ACT composite score

Is iMiddle Right for Me?

If you can relate to the following statements, it just might be!

  • I prefer to attend a small school of 300 students compared to a large, conventional middle school.
  • I learn better through a more hands-on, project-based learning curriculum compared to traditional classes.
  • I am interested in a career pathway program in areas involving debate, technology, coding, robotics or graphic design.

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