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Beaverton Rural Schools is a public school district located in Beaverton, MI. It has 991 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 22% of students are at least proficient in math and 29% in reading.
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Beaverton Rural Schools Reviews
There is a lack of challenging classes. Most teachers do not try, they just read off of slides to "teach" the materials. I feel that nobody really cares about the education we receive. I do not feel prepared for what college classes are like. Teachers tend to explain every little thing, not letting us figure things out on our own.
Beaverton schools, much like the community it resides in, is small. This has its pros and cons. A good thing about Beaverton being such a small district is that everyone knows everyone and, for the most part, its like a big family. Everyone is always helping each other and you wouldn't necessarily have that in a bigger school district. On the downside to being such a small district, Beaverton does not have the best resources to go around. For example, textbooks are pretty old and they could probably use updating and the sports equipment could use updating as well. Overall , attending Beaverton rural schools has left me with a sense of pride and peace that I was part of a great family and was able to successfully prepare myself for what lies ahead.
There's not much to really say about Beaverton Rural Schools. It's a perfectly fine school, hovering safely above average. I'm glad to say, though, that within the last few years the school has definitely caught up in the terms of technology, and now nearly every student (at least in the High School) has easy access to a computer for any academic need. This would be unheard of for most classes only five years ago, so I'm glad that I was able to witness the updating first-hand (I'm a senior.)