Midwood High School

Coordinates: 40°37′58″N 73°57′8.5″W / 40.63278°N 73.952361°W / 40.63278; -73.952361

Midwood High School
Verus, Bonus, Et Pulcher
2840 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Type Public (Selective) secondary
Established 1940
School board New York City Public Schools
School number K405
Principal David Cohen
Faculty 190
Number of students 3960
Color(s) blue white red
Mascot Hornet
Average SAT scores 1790
Newspaper 'Argus'
Yearbook 'Epilog'
Website Midwood Home Page

The school, administered by the New York City Department of Education, has an enrollment of 3938 students. Its H-shaped building, with six Ionic columns and a Georgian cupola, was constructed in 1940 as part of the Works Projects Administration.

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