Midtown High School (comics)

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Midtown High School
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Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Amazing Fantasy #15
(Aug. 1962)
Created by Stan Lee (writer)
Steve Ditko (artist)

Midtown High School (also known as Midtown Science High School or the Midtown School of Science and Technology) is a fictional school appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The school is depicted as being located in Queens, NYC. It is commonly depicted as the high school of Peter Parker, Flash Thompson, and Liz Allan in comic books and other media.

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In live-action films, the Midtown School of Science and Technology appears in the Sony Pictures films Spider-Man (2002), The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), as well as the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Avengers: Endgame (2019), Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), and Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021).

History

The fictional school is located in Forest Hills in New York City, New York. [1] The school first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. [2] [3] According to comic book historian Peter Sanderson, Lee based the fictional school on Forest Hills High School in New York City. [1] In the Tom Holland Spider-Man films, the Midtown High School closely resembles an actual elite NYC public high school: the Bronx High School of Science. [4] Director Jon Favreau is an alumnus of Bronx Science. [5]

Notable characters

Faculty

CharacterFirst AppearanceStatusDescription
Raymond Warren Amazing Fantasy #15
(Aug. 1962)
RetiredThe science teacher of the class. Parker was commonly depicted as his top student. [3] He was also revealed as Miles Warren's brother.
Andrew DavisThe Amazing Spider-Man #4
(Sept. 1963)
RetiredThe principal of Midtown High School at the time when Peter was a student.
Mrs. WinterhalterUntold Tales of Spider-Man #11 (July 1996)UnknownAn English teacher who Peter describes as making English "almost as fun as science".
Coach MurchUntold Tales of Spider-Man Annual (July 1997)UnknownA gym teacher when Peter Parker attended high school and who disliked him.
Mr. DelWebspinners: Tales of Spider-Man #7 (July 1999)EmployedPeter's science teacher who sympathizes with Peter's situation.
Daphne "Boomer" SmithPeter Parker: Spider-Man vol. 2 #27 (March 2001)EmployedPeter's fun science teacher from the 10th grade.
Coach Kyle JacobyThe Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #30 (June 2001)EmployedGym coach when Peter Parker worked at MHS.
Roger Harrington The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #32
(August 2001)
DeceasedThe principal of Midtown High School who hired Peter Parker to be the science teacher. He was later killed by Chameleon of Earth-9500. [6]
Kelly CoxSpider-Man and Wolverine #1 (Aug. 2003)UnknownNewly hired assistant principal.
Lynn NelsonSpider-Man Unlimited vol. 3 #11 (Nov. 2005)EmployedHead of the science department and Peter Parker's boss.
Miss Arrow Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #11 (Oct. 2006)DeceasedThe school nurse. She is later revealed to be a spider monster called 'Ero' [7] and later 'The Other.'
Mr. PettitShe-Hulks #2 (Feb. 2011)EmployedThe school's stern and gruff principal.
Mr. FlanniganThe Amazing Spider-Man vol. 3 #1.1
(July 2014)
UnknownThe school guidance councilor. [8]

Students

CharacterFirst AppearanceStatusDescription
Peter Parker Amazing Fantasy #15
(Aug. 1962)
GraduatedParker was the high school nerd and the wallflower of the high school. Despite not being popular with the students, he was an honor student there. After attending Empire State University, he was depicted as a teacher for the high school for a while. [1] [2] [3] [9]
Eugene "Flash" Thompson GraduatedFootball star and meanest bully of the class. [3] [9] He was Peter Parker's nemesis and would bully him the most among the other social underlings. Flash's bullying would cease and eventually the two would become good friends. He returned to serve as the high school coach.
Liz Allan GraduatedFlash's girlfriend all throughout high school. She was also harsh on Peter, but soon developed a crush on him as well. She never dated Peter, but still admired him.
Sally Avril Deceased [10] A high school gymnast obsessed with superheros and became one called Bluebird. She gave up the identity when she realized that super heroics were dangerous. She was killed in a car crash while chasing a fight involving Spider-Man.
Seymour O'ReillyDeceased [11] Friend of Flash's who bullied Peter. He never grew out of his bullying ways to the point that he was jealous of Peter's marriage to Mary Jane Watson. He was killed by the second Venom.
Charles "Charlie" MurphyThe Amazing Spider-Man #17
(Oct. 1964)
GraduatedPeter's ex-friend. Became part of Flash's group.
C.J. VogelThe Amazing Spider-Man Annual #17
(Nov. 1983)
GraduatedA student who loved to tell jokes and looked after Peter. Years later, he was in deep trouble and Spider-Man helped him out.
Barry HapgoodGraduatedA shop class expert who became an electronics engineer.
Louie MinelliGraduatedA talkative insurance salesman who was voted "Most Likely to Succeed."
Stanley StackmeyerGraduatedConsidered himself lower than Peter due to his poor hygiene, but went through a radical change and became a handsome, successful married man.
Steven PettyWeb of Spider-Man #35
(Feb. 1988)
UnknownSon of the creator of the Living Brain. Becomes the super villain Phreak. [12]
Jake DormanUnknownJock who would bully Steven Petty
Ronda KramerUnknownJake Dorman's girlfriend who sympathized with Steven Petty
Jenny CarsonMarvel Super Heroes: The Revenge of Kang (January 1990)UnknownBriefly dated Flash.
Jason Ionello Untold Tales of Spider-Man #1
(Sept. 1995)
GraduatedPopular student who was close with Sally. He was always pulling pranks on Peter. When Sally died, he became depressed and took his anger out on his friends and blamed Spider-Man for the incident.
Brian "Tiny" McKeeverGraduatedUsed to bully Peter due to his frustrations at home, but became friends with him afterwards. He moved on and became a security guard.
BlakeWebspinners: Tales of Spider-Man #7 (July 1999)GraduatedPeter's rival for the Empire State University scholarship.
Carl KingSpider-Man's Tangled Web #1
(June 2001)
Deceased [13] Bully to Peter who became a hive of spiders called Thousand.
Joey GastoneThe Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #30 (June 2001)ExpelledStudent bullied by other students. Starts a fire to get back at his tormentors.
Jennifer HardestyThe Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #32 (Aug. 2001)EnrolledA homeless student who looks after her drug addicted brother.
Jessica Jones Alias #1 (Nov. 2001)GraduatedReal name was Jessica Campbell. She was involved in a car accident that killed her family, but gave her powers. She had a crush on Peter, but never told him. Years later they would be teammates and she would marry Luke Cage.
Paul PattersonMarvel Team-Up vol. 3 #1 (Jan. 2005)EnrolledA troubled, yet powerful mutant nicknamed Golden Child. He received help from Spider-Man whom he deduced was Peter Parker.
Charles "Charlie" WeidermanThe Amazing Spider-Man #515
(Feb. 2005)
GraduatedA fellow student of Peter who was also bullied. He gets coated in liquid vibranium and becomes a villain.
Laurie LyntonMarvel Knights: Spider-Man #13
(June 2005)
GraduatedAn overweight girl who had a crush on Peter. Years later, she lost weight and worked at the Daily Bugle with Peter.
Vanna SmithFriendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #5 (April 2006)GraduatedGirl who thought Spider-Man was stalking her and puts a restraining order on him. She eventually grows up into a lonely, feeble woman with no friends or family.
Lyra Walters Hulk: Raging Thunder #1
(Aug. 2008)
UnfinishedLyra posed as an average student at Midtown and made friends, but was forced to leave after her school was attacked by Wizard.
Amelia HopkinsShe-Hulks #1 (Jan. 2011)UnknownA goth who initially disliked Lyra, but befriended her after learning she was She-Hulk. She somberly lied about knowing Lyra's identity to the school.
Jake ConstantineUnknownA young boy that Lyra befriends and potentially falls in love with. During the school dance he was blasted by the Wizard. It was left ambiguous whether he survived or not.
Andrew "Andy" Maguire The Amazing Spider-Man #692
(Oct. 2012)
EnrolledAn average student who gains energy powers and names himself Alpha. Becomes Spider-Man's sidekick briefly.
Christine "Chrissy" ChenEnrolledFormer girlfriend to Andy Maguire.
Cindy Moon The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #1 (June 2014)UnfinishedA former hockey player for the school, she attended the field trip along with Peter. After the spider bit him, it bit Cindy's ankle giving her similar powers. Years later she meets Peter and becomes the superhero Silk. [14]
Clayton Cole The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 3 #1.1
(June 2014)
UnknownAn average student who admired Spider-Man and became a super villain named Clash. Had a crush on Polly McKenna.
Polly McKennaThe Amazing Spider-Man vol. 3 #1.2
(Aug. 2014)
UnknownA friendly student who befriends Peter and head of the A.V. Club. She turns on Peter when he steals equipment. [15]
LawsonUnknownA.V. Club student who befriends and then later turns on Peter. [16]
MartinUnknownA.V. Club student who befriends and then later turns on Peter. [16]
Hector CervantezSilk #1 (April 2015)GraduatedFormer boyfriend to Cindy Moon. Years later he gets engaged and becomes the superhero Spectro.

Other versions

Ultimate Spider-Man

Midtown High School appears in Ultimate Spider-Man . Just like the mainstream comics, it depicts Peter, Flash and Liz Allan as students. Unlike the mainstream comic book, characters such as Gwen Stacy, Eddie Brock, Mary Jane Watson and Harry Osborn also debut in the high school instead of the Empire State University. X-Men member Kitty Pryde is also depicted as attending the high school. The comic also depicts a new character called Kenny "King Kong" McFarlane, who is depicted as best friend of Flash in high school. Mark Raxton is also depicted as a student who attends Midtown High school.

Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane

Midtown High School appears in Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane . Student faculty includes Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson, Liz Allan, Flash Thompson, Harry Osborn and Gwen Stacy. Felicia Hardy appears as a tough transfer student. Jessica Jones was a former friend of Mary Jane's who, surprisingly became a goth girl. Luke Cage has a surprising and brief cameo where he flirts with Mary Jane. Ned Leeds and Betty Brant are older students with the former being Mary Jane's ex-boyfriend. A new character named Lindsay Leighton is the school's drama queen who envies Mary Jane's acting ability.

In other media

Television

Film

Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man film series

  • Midtown High School appears in the 2002 feature film Spider-Man , where Parker is depicted as a high school senior until graduation. Both he and Harry Osborn appear as best friends while Flash Thompson is depicted as the class bully. Instead of Liz Allan, Mary Jane Watson is depicted as Peter's high school crush and once girlfriend of Flash. Allan does appear in the film, but is only named in the novelization. It is mentioned that Harry had to go there after flunking out of many private schools.
  • Midtown Science High School appears in The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 along with the viral marketing of the films. The students in the film are Peter Parker, Flash Thompson, Gwen Stacy, Sally Avril and a shy student named Missy Kallenback (portrayed by Hannah Marks).

Marvel Cinematic Universe

  • In Spider-Man: Homecoming , Midtown School of Science and Technology is introduced. Peter Parker is a sophomore and his classmates include Ned Leeds, Flash Thompson, Betty Brant, Jason Ionello, Liz Toomes, Cindy Moon, Seymour O'Reilly, Tiny McKeever, Charles Murphy, Abe Brown, Sally Avril, and a new character named Michelle (portrayed by Zendaya) whose nickname is revealed to be MJ. The school is a STEM school with many of Peter's classmates, who are usually depicted as being unenthusiastic about science, being depicted as science graduates. Faculty includes Roger Harrington (portrayed by Martin Starr; same character was seen in a brief cameo in The Incredible Hulk [19] ); Coach Wilson (portrayed by Hannibal Buress), Mr. Cobbwell (portrayed by Tunde Adebimpe), Monica Warren (portrayed by Selenis Leyva) and Barry Hapgood (portrayed by John Penick), the shop class teacher. The school's principal is Principal Morita (portrayed by Kenneth Choi), who is shown to be a descendant of Howling Commandos member Jim Morita, also portrayed by Choi in previous MCU media. [20]
  • In Avengers: Endgame , the school is seen when Parker and Leeds return from the Blip and have an emotional reunion.
  • In Spider-Man: Far From Home , the school's daily news footage shows students returning from the Blip while recognizing the Avengers and those who died for their actions. A new teacher named Julius Dell (portrayed by J. B. Smoove) is introduced as well as new students Brad Davis (portrayed by Remy Hii), Zach Cooper (portrayed by Zach Barack), and Josh Scarino (portrayed by Joshua Sinclair-Evans). Other students include Zoha Rahman, Yasmin Mwanza, Tyler Luke Cunningham, and Sebastian Viveros whose characters are named after them. It is revealed that a majority of Parker's classmates from Spider-Man: Homecoming survived the Blip and had already graduated with only Parker himself, Ned Leeds, MJ, Flash Thompson, Betty Brant and Jason Ionello among main characters having been blipped and then brought back.
  • In Spider-Man: No Way Home , the school addresses Parker's identity as Spider-Man as the teachers created a shrine dedicated to him, presenting it to Parker on his return to school. After the first day back, Parker, Jones, and Leeds meet on the school’s rooftop and discuss colleges together. Later, Parker goes to the school to mourn the loss of his aunt, and is met by Leeds and Jones, who introduce him to alternate variants of himself, who had arrived through the fractured multiverse. He and his variants work in the school’s laboratory to concoct cures for the other universe-displaced before leaving, while Leeds and Jones remain with the mystical Macchina de Kadavus. Leeds uses a Sling Ring to open an inter-dimensional portal, which accidentally allows the universe-displaced Lizard to come through and attack them in the school. Parker arrives to fight the Lizard off, as Leeds and Jones flee the school through another portal, followed by the Lizard and Parker.

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