Cedar Springs Public Schools is a public school district located in Cedar Springs, MI. It has 3,449 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 51% in reading.
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Cedar Springs Public Schools Reviews
I have attended Cedar Springs Public Schools my entire life and have thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Many of the teachers are actively involved and invested in the learning of their students. Overall, the school environment is friendly and engaging for students in my experience. I have taken many AP courses that have been able to push my thinking and learning to new heights. I attribute this learning growth to the incredible teachers that teach these classes. I have greatly appreciated the sense of college readiness Cedar Springs High School has given me and an overall sense of safety while I have attended this school.
I have been in the Cedar Springs school district for my entire education career. I love the people and how close everyone is to the community. I have enjoyed all the teachers I have had and am happy to say I haven't had a teacher yet that I have dreaded going to their classroom. The staff at Cedar Springs Public School have their attentions always to better the students. There was some problems with the higher up administration earlier in the year, however the Cedar Springs community rallied together and are going to experience some positive change in the near future. All in all, I am very happy with my school and the district as a whole. I will forever be a true redhawk!
There was a strong small-town mentality, which helped to foster many strong friendships among fellow students. Despite this small-town feel, the teacher's had a decently high turnover rate, which made it difficult to form lasting academic relationships with instructors. Also, the math programs at Cedar Springs Public Schools are not as strong, in my opinion, compared to their English programs, although this was offset, to an extent, with a surprisingly large number of AP classes available to students, as well as the ability for students to, relatively easily, dual-enroll with local colleges in their later years.