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Cape Elizabeth Public Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Cape Elizabeth, ME. It has 1,578 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
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Cape Elizabeth Public Schools Reviews
Cape Elizabeth Public Schools is a prestigious school to prepare you for your future plans. It is one of the best schools in Maine. I moved to Maine in second grade for my dads job, one of the biggest things my parents were concerned about is the school systems. They did lots of research about the schools in Maine and found Cape Elizabeth was the best for my brother and I. It turns out they were right, I got the best education I could ask for. the competitiveness of the school drove me to be the best student I could be, but something that could have changed is the lack of diversity. I went to school everyday not being fully educated on diversity and inclusion, I didn't know much about other cultures and was surrounded by mostly white students. this is not a bash at Cape Elizabeth School Systems, but I believe my overall experience at Cape could have been way better if they educated their students more about diversity and inclusion.
Absolutely phenomenal... that’s all there is to it. Great students who care about their grades. Fabulous athletics, music programs, and theater. GO CAPE!
It is a great school, the students enjoy being there and the teachers are great at their jobs. The amount of students here who and to pursue a higher education is amazing considering the last school I went too, and because of this there are a large number of students in AP classes.