Welcome to Mid-Prairie!
We're glad you're here! Our public school district is located 15 miles south of the Iowa City/Coralville area. We proudly provide unique educational opportunities for our students while offering a variety of extracurricular activities to keep students and our community involved. Check out our recent social media posts, annual report, and Niche review below to see how our top-quality district can best serve you!
17 members of the Mid-Prairie Speech Team competed in the River Valley Conference Individual E
Congratulations to the students who are nominated to the Iowa High School Speech Association's All-State Festival, which will be held on Saturday, February 17 at the Iowa State Center in Ames.
Approximately 1800 students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
92% Staff retention rate reflecting our employees' sustained commitment
Over 30 athletic teams between the middle and high schools.
80% of favorable staff responses measuring meaningful work and a positive work environment
1,191 parents & guardians receive weekly/biweekly communication
HS Choir | 100 members | 1 student selected for OPUS Honor Choir | Mixed Choir I Rating | Ladies Lyrica II Rating | Honor Choir Attendees | 3 Sold Out Madrigal Performances
Congratulations to MPHS Student of the Week, Anthony Culbertson! Anthony was nominated by Mrs. Seward, "Anthony is in Global Cuisine this semester and is showing great leadership in a full and diverse class. He has taken lots of culinary classes, so he is knowledgeable and his leadership is very much appreciated! Anthony has early release and offers to stay at the end after our 3rd block class to help with the last parts of clean up every day. He always asks if there is more that he can help with." Great work, Anthony!
Congratulations to MPHS Student of the Week, Ariel Kaufman! Ariel was nominated by Mrs. Mercer, "Ariel works hard at everything she does. She is always willing to help me in seminar with any task I may have and takes the initiative to work on new projects related to the yearbook. Her positivity is a delight in the classroom." Great job, Ariel!
Congratulations to our MPHS Student of the Week, Jack Greiner! Jack was nominated by Mrs. McClellen, "He has been an incredibly strong leader this year in choir and drama. He has a great attitude in class and is an excellent role model for younger students. He has taken on more roles of leadership, and I very much appreciate all that he has accomplished in the last four years. He will be presenting his Senior Recital on March 23rd to showcase his talents in the fine arts." Great work, Jack!
Congratulations to MPHS Student of the Week, Lukin Rediger! Mrs. Sieren nominated Lukin, "Lukin was a great student to have in physics last semester as he always brought a positive attitude to class and encouraged others during our physics design challenges. Sometimes when the class content was difficult or if his designs didn't work out like he planned, Lukin never let that get him down. Instead, he always used it as motivation to keep trying and continued to push himself as a student!" Great work, Lukin!
Mrs. Adam was nominated for Staff Member of the Month because of her patience, caring personality, and dedication she provides to her students. As stated by a student, "She's an awesome teacher! I love being in her class!"
Jeorgia is a hard worker and always puts forth her best effort. She goes out of her way to ensure all students feel included and involved in activities.
Kolbi does a great job of investing in her work. She is an extremely hard worker, shows persistence, and does a great job of advocating for herself. In addition, she is respectful of students and staff and does an overall great job.
Leyton is always the first to contribute to class discussions providing great insight on the topic. Leyton is a leader providing positive behaviors that his peers follow. He is willing to help with anything and doesn't hesitate to help others.
Beniah has a smile for everyone and is very enthusiastic! He gets along well with everyone and is a delight to have in the classroom.
Congratulations to our MPHS Student of the Week, James Allen! James was nominated by Mrs. Johnston, "James has worked so much on self growth his entire high school career, and this year, as a senior, he has branched out of his comfort zone yet AGAIN, and is taking classes this year that are a challenge for him. He has a great work ethic, is continuously working on his advocacy skills, and is ready to try and tackle anything that is thrown at him. Not to mention he is a great role model in classes and is kind to everyone. I am so proud of James!" Great work, James!