Clinton Public Schools is a public school district located in Clinton, MA. It has 1,906 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 31% of students are at least proficient in math and 45% in reading.
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Clinton Public Schools Reviews
Teachers and staff were very kind, educated, and had outrageously unique personalities. They each offered something different, but overall cared about their students and strived for our benefit. They were happy to give extra help and life advice. The curriculum was neutral (not the most challenging, sadly), but the community was fairly good. Not the best in money (very drab building), but aside from that, the environment was like a close-knit family.
My experience at CHS is that I cannot wait to move on. My school, like my town, is small and nepotism prevails in academics, sports, etc. Simply stated, the school system is in need of a major overhaul; we need new, young blood in the classrooms and on the fields. The teachers and coaches are all lifers and although some have the kids' best interests at heart, the majority are there to milk the system and "work" until their pension kicks in. As an honor student and athlete, it was difficult to stay motivated for four years because your efforts typically are overlooked and/or credited to someone else with "ties". I welcome the opportunity to bring my academic and athletic abilities to a more diverse, less-biased community in college.
I dealt with ADD and hearing loss. My teachers and fellow students did not treat me differently. my classes were small and I was able to get along with most of my classmates, most of my teachers were easy to understand.