Dansville Schools is an above average, public school district located in Dansville, MI. It has 747 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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Dansville Schools Reviews
The aspect of Dansville that appeals to me is its ability to give every student a quality education. Dansville is a small school, located near Lansing, Michigan, and its small size allows the students and staff to know each other personally. Every student knows the others in his/her class, and every teacher knows his/her students individually, allowing them to teach them differently based on their different needs. The teachers there are very friendly and personal, both with each other and with the students. Dansville is also made great by the people in it. The school has many different fundraisers and group that help out locally, which could not be done with a bigger school. Everyone knowing each other helps us come together as a community more, and makes Dansville an excellent place to work and live.
Dansville is a small town in Michigan where everyone knows everyone. I had about 75 students in my graduating class. Though it was a small school the staff and students were very supportive and kind. The smaller classes gave me the opportunity to get more one-on-one with teachers. I was really able to accelerate at this school. The staff genuinely care about their students and would push them to do their best. The only thing that I would change in Dansville Schools is the variety of classes. Being a small school, there was not as many opportunities as there would be at a large school. However, they are in the process of trying to widen the variety. Overall, Dansville Schools gave me a great education and did well in preparing me for my life.
I really liked the community. Everyone was very welcoming and when something went wrong, the community was there to help with open arms. The one thing that I would change is the diversity and college readiness. Going into college, I didn't know what to expect and had no help applying to colleges. My counselor kind of just told us that we were on our own.