Comstock Park Public Schools is a public school district located in Comstock Park, MI. It has 1,976 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 41% in reading.
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Comstock Park Public Schools Reviews
My experience at Comstock Park was unlike any other high school experiences many had. My peers and I all went through very traumatic experiences, for some it was much harder than others. Yet as a community we all struggled and healed together. Our school offered counseling and a shoulder to lean on, while the community of Comstock Park helped those grieving in any way they could. Comstock Park teaching staff always encouraged me to push myself with my studies and learn everything I could. They showed me that I had much Loren potential than I was allowing myself to see. My coaches at Comstock Park taught me the lessons of hard work, selflessness, and individuality. I learned many lessons throughout my years as a panther, but the most important thing I learned was to appreciate life and make my life the way I want it to be.
As a smaller district, there is no place I would have rather grown up. There is no stronger community than Comstock Park, with a multitude of cancer survivors, and a couple tragic student deaths. Comstock Park is the strongest community I have ever been a part of. The high school itself is a small, tight knit group of kids who try and achieve things further than people will ever see. One thing that my school could do better however, is school wide leadership. Our teachers lead a lot of our academic lives and that is not how it should be. Over the next five years, our new principal hopes to increase the leadership role of the students, which I believe will solve many other small problems created before
Comstock Park Public Schools was where I started in preschool and graduated from in May of 2018. Its high school has less than 1000 students and families come from different socioeconomic. The schools never had enough money for everything they wanted to do for the students, (many teachers spent their own money to better the classroom) but the staff and facilities were some of the kindness and warmhearted people I've ever meet. They cared about the students and treated us like we were their own children. Also knew all of our names which schools around us did not do.