Algonac Community School District is a public school district located in Algonac, MI. It has 1,674 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
1216 Saint Clair Blvd
Algonac, MI 48001
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Algonac Community School District Reviews
It's my senior year and I've been going to Algonac Community schools since preschool and/or kindergarten. It's a fairly nice place with a family-like community. Compared to other schools it is very different in many ways but it's a good place for kids to learn. Very little bullying, many extracurricular activities and sport, and it's basically impossible not to make a friend or two with so many opportunities. The only downside is the school is running low on money every year. They've closed to elementary schools, combined the middle school and high school, and let teachers go. The building for the high school is basically falling apart on top of the staff and students but they're trying they're best. A bond was proposed but many elders of the community rejected it due to it'd raise their taxes by about $7. Physically the school isn't the best but it's made of some wonderful people and has many different qualities you can't get at other schools.
I didn't like all of the financial issues that the school and district were having. Having to cut off certain sports and extracurriculars really sucks. For the most part, the teachers were pretty good. If you wanted to , you could learn a lot from them. Something else that sucked was not having an off campus lunch. The food they served was horrific and you weren't allowed to leave at lunch to go get anything else.
I love how involved the teachers and parents are in the community and that they’re priority is to watch all the students succeed, not just majority. I do wish though that the school would spend money more wisely, as our ceilings are leaking every 10 feet and our resources have been limited in the past few years.