Madison Middle School was the only school in Lenawee County to earn the “Reward School” designation by the Michigan Department of Education. A total of 219 schools in Michigan met the Reward School criteria for the 2015-16 school year.
In 2013 Madison earned the prestigious AdvancEd district wide accreditation recognizing our student achievement and rigorous academic standards, as well as our educational programming and processes.
For the second year in a row, Bridge Magazine named Madison School District the 18th in the state, placing it among the top school districts across Michigan, June 2013 district-wide accreditation by AdvancED, the most recognized and prestigious school accreditation organization in the world
US News & World Reports’ recognition of Madison High School as a 2013 Silver Award winner
Madison Middle School is recognized as a 2012-13 National Title I Distinguished School, and Madison Elementary and Madison Middle schools are designated as Reward Schools by the Michigan Department of Education.