Armada Area Schools is an above average, public school district located in Armada, MI. It has 1,856 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
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Armada Area Schools Reviews
Although Armada isn't the most diverse school, it's still a really great place to get your education. Everybody gets along for the most part, and there are hardly any conflicts where a teacher would have to step in. Armada also has a variety of after school activities, including clubs, marching band, play rehearsals, and sports practices. Most schools have a problem where the performing arts programs hardly get any funding, but Armada is not one of those schools. In fact, we even have extra opportunities as individual students to make more money for our programs. As far as academics go, a majority of students take honors classes, AP classes, and academy classes to help boost their GPAs. The kids who don't take advanced classes generally tend to do well, too. In fact, Armada has a high graduation rate of 97.7 percent. The staff and administration is also very helpful and do their best to keep the school safe.
Armada Area Schools are very strong in academics. Bowling, cheerleading, and wrestling have gone to states. Most teachers are dedicated to each child's learning. High lack of diversity. Many different clubs and activities around the school: robotics team and orchestra have received superior ratings and awards. Safety has never been an issue, at least not as long as I have attended. Faculty and staff are friendly and are involved in each student's well being regarding academics and personal health. Facilities are clean and schools are provided with generous resources such as iPads and chrome books. Parents are highly involved in coordination of events such as homecoming and prom. Food is clean and available free or reduced to students who may require assistance financially.
Armada has a great small town atmosphere and experience, but like many small towns, it has many downsides. The school seems to have low funding and the roots of the high school are very poor, but new additions keep being added without actually fixing its main problems first. There is almost no diversity in the school, which can lead to some very closed minded students and staff. Pretty much all of the teachers at Armada are amazing, ranging from elementary to high school.