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Comstock Public Schools is a public school district located in Kalamazoo, MI. It has 1,780 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 18% of students are at least proficient in math and 27% in reading.
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Comstock Public Schools Reviews
This was a really awesome high school to go to. I have graduated way back in 2012 and I do miss it. I had a lot of really cool teachers there who knew how to talk and teach what we need to know for the real world. When I start playing sports again, Tennis was my absolutely favorite sport to play, I enjoyed it and the coaches were the best. The only that I can say that was bad was that I had a teacher who wasn't the nicest to me, when I tried to ask about her AP chemistry class because the AP Biology class was no longer running, she was saying that I wasn't really worth it to be in her class all because I didn't have a perfect A in her class. But the principle was the nicest and best guy ever, he stood up for me against the teacher and saying that no teacher should say that to any student. So other than that I really loved the high school I went to.
Comstock has its ups and downs, definitely. There are lots of opportunities for success, but our academic averages tend to be rather low. The overall environment is like
At Comstock High School the teachers and staff are always welcoming, they are helpful and kind and also caring. My overall experience as a freshman was good, every high school has its drama and comstock also does, it's something you can't really get rid of. But majority of the students are welcoming, the upperclassmen mainly stay to themselves and occasionally pitch in and help out the freshman and lower grades.