Chelsea School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Chelsea, MI. It has 2,410 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
Chelsea School District Rankings
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Chelsea School District Reviews
Chelsea Schools have many, many opportunities outside of the normal classroom agenda for everyone to pursue whatever they are interested in. If a club doesn't already exist, the administration is so excited to listen to ideas and help start a new club. Also, at Chelsea Schools, they push you and help you to do your very best to achieve great things after high school. The teachers and other school faculty are amazing people who truly want the best for every student and will give up their own time and resources to make sure every student can achieve great things one day.
One aspect I liked was how the administration and teachers cared about their students. The Why You Matter campaign that the faculty created helped students to see this. Through speeches and small groups faculty would express the love they had for all students and the importance we had to them. One thing that I disliked was the lack of diversity. Because of the community Chelsea is in, there are mostly wealthy white families. This creates an ignorance to others which is a disadvange when moving onto college. However, overall Chelsea is a wonderful school which gave me a pretty good high school experience.
What I like about the chelsea school district is how connected the teachers, and administrators are to the students. They want to see the students succeed, they want their students to do everything they can to get the life they wanted, Additionally they want the students to try new things out to make their life better at the school like participating in school clubs, sports, or organizations in the communities.