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Byron Center Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Byron Center, MI. It has 4,157 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 61% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Byron Center Public Schools Reviews
I love Byron Center! Everyone is super friendly and the staff makes everyone feel welcomed! The sports are not too competitive and everyone has a place at BC! The teachers help with schoolwork and they prepare you for college. With the new addition, there is space for everyone to spread out and it's a very comfortable learning environment.
Byron Center High School is a typed of school where they try to prepare their students for college. Our school rewards students that are hard working, and they acknowledge them when others may not see them. They are always asking students how they can improve as a school and as a community because there are people who may not be able to receive the same benefits in comparison to others. Our school also provides computers for students, and this will help enforce online use when there is some sort of assignment that is due in the upcoming days.
Byron Center is a high-quality school. They excel in helping students prepare for college and have classes that challenge the student body. The staff are very helpful, many put in the extra effort to help their students succeed and reach their full-potential. At BCHS it's very hard to find a faculty member who doesn't genuinely love or care about their job. The downfall of Byron Center is that they are almost too much of a sheltered community, they implement rules and regulations in dances, school, and sporting events every so often that it has began to hurt the school culture to where the students don't enjoy attending Byron Center High School. They need to work on implementing more up-to-date ways of getting students involved with the school to where they enjoy attending BCHS.