Birmingham Public Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Beverly Hills, MI. It has 8,164 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 68% of students are at least proficient in math and 73% in reading.
Birmingham Public Schools Rankings
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Birmingham Public Schools Reviews
My experience with Birmingham Public Schools was a good one. I have been a student in BPS since kindergarten and each year I change, learn more than I ever thought possible, and make outstanding relationships with peers and teachers. The teachers really do care about their students and seeing them improve. They are passionate about what they are teaching you and actually make learning fun! Specifically at Seaholm High School, where I am currently attending, the academics are rigorous, which means that every day you come out learning something new and useful. Though BPS does work hard to make the most effective schedules and programs for their students in the future I would like to see more active outreach to students, whether that be for getting their opinion about nutrition options, surveys on breaks and schedules, or options for more choices in classes.
Most of the teachers are nice. My freshmen year has been a great experience. There are lots of nice people and the administration team has been great and very helpful. They offer many sports and clubs and everyone feels like they belong in the community. Field day is so much fun!
Birmingham public schools is great in terms of their access and use of technology. Birmingham has opportunity to grow in terms of its diversity (ethnic, racial, cultural) and diversification of ideology in terms of representation and differentiation of thoughts / opinions.