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East Grand Forks Public School District is a public school district located in East Grand Forks, MN. It has 1,965 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
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East Grand Forks Public School District Reviews
East Grand Forks public schools are very nice and a great learning environment but it has a few flaws that the school needs to address. First of all our school has had a habit of favoring sports. Even the ones who have never brought home state titles or won championships. They spend way to much money on certain sports and neglect the other ones. They are also very sexist towards women’s teams and don’t give them the same opportunity’s as male teams. These things have affected me my whole high school experience.
My experience at East Grand Forks Senior High School is a relatively good one. The teachers within this school are incredible. Teachers here are kind, helpful, supportive, and understanding. The coursework at this school can sometimes be challenging and mind opening. The only change I would make for this school is to have another helpful councilor, as this is where the school is lacking.
I had a good experience in high school. I never hated going to school but did have trouble getting the proper help need for college preparation. I loved going to basketball and football events. The dances always brought students together for a night of fun. Teachers at the high school didn't always give me the time of day to listen to my questions but I found that if you just keep going and asking they will finally understand your not playing around with your education. I wish as a student I didn't have to do that but I learned that asking questions can make a big impacted on the way your education level will go.