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Caledonia Community Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Caledonia, MI. It has 4,840 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 46% of students are at least proficient in math and 50% in reading.
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Caledonia Community Schools Reviews
Overall, Caledonia want their students to succeed. They have some pretty good teachers who are willing to work with their students to help them succeed. They are very accommodating towards disabilities, and want to do what they can to help every student succeed. However, there is very little parent involvement, and I know some parents were looking for this involvement to help their students and school succeed. They have had some pretty good anti-bullying tactics, although this is constantly changing. Despite this bullying still does occur, and it can be hard to find a sense of community because of the size of the district. Despite this the school does a lot to stop bullying and to have others speak up about it anonymously. After all it is ultimately up to the students to stop it, since they are the ones doing it.
Caledonia schools, specifically the high school, provide several outlets for creativity such as AP classes, theater, arts, and sports. Majority of the students in any given Caledonia school are very kind and respectful to staff, and school spirit is getting better and better as we go along. There is a plentiful option of elective classes that help promote students learning about desired subjects. The teachers are to die for, and the student council provides such a rich backbone for the student body. I love this district.
I loved having such a great relationship with some of my teachers but what I think should change is how the administration is apart of student life. I think they should be apart of our lives but they should be having a positive influence on us rather than making everyone feel as if they are against us, no matter how many times they say their not. I also loved getting to experience what it was like being able to go from one building to two buildings and how that shifted the climate of our school positively and increased our abilities to have a broader type of learning instead of just the expected lectures and note taking.