What is a typical Martin Luther King Jr. High School student like? Describe the type of person who should attend Martin Luther King Jr. High School.

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Anonymous, Student, Martin Luther King Jr. High School, Class of 2015

Since entry to my school is based upon either being enrolled at a feeder school or being drawn from the lottery (that's how I received my admission), we have a vast variety of students at my school. It isn't a typical public school, although it is still considered a public school. Our school is a science and math academic magnet school which means that students are required to go above and beyond in those subjects. The purpose of an academic magnet is to further a student's education in the best way possible, so the curriculum is often times more rigorous than not. This is expected to be good college preparatory. While I may not exactly appreciate it during the school year, it's definitely beneficial (which I learned at the beginning of this year, since I transferred over during sophomore year). The type of student that should attend MLK is a student that is serious about his or her future and bettering the education they have previously attained.

Anonymous, Student, Martin Luther King Jr. High School, Class of 2016

There is no typical Martin Luther King Jr. High School student because they are all different in their way which allows for anyone to attend this school. Whoever decides to come to Martin Luther King Jr. High School, he or she will find a welcoming community that encourages the success of others and creates relationships that will last a life-time.

Anonymous, Student, Martin Luther King Jr. High School, Class of 2017

anyone we accept all races, religious groups, sexes. We accept all persons with disability. Coming to attend king, we boost school spirit, we encourage all students to get involved with something

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