Eisenhower Middle School may refer to:
- Eisenhower Middle School (San Antonio, Texas)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Topeka, Kansas)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Wyckoff, New Jersey)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Succasunna, New Jersey)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Rockford, Illinois)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Freehold, New Jersey)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Everett, Washington)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Kansas City, Kansas)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Laurel, Maryland)
- Eisenhower Middle School (Gibsonton, Florida)
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... The Wyckoff School District serves public students in Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade ... The schools in the district (with 2010-11 enrollment data from the National Center for Education Statistics) are four PreK/K-5 elementary schools — Coolidge (gra ... Eisenhower Middle School (6-8 825) ...
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... Eisenhower Middle School (EMS) is a middle school located in the Succasunna section of Roxbury Township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States, which educates children in grades seven and ... As of 2011-2012, the school principal is Mr ... The school educates approximately 660 students annually, 86% of which are White, 6% Hispanic, 5% Asian and 3% African American ...
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