Farmington Public School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Farmington, MI. It has 9,588 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 47% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
Farmington Public School District Rankings
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- A796 Students
- A+618 Students
- B+470 Students
- B341 Students
- B+340 Students
- B+332 Students
- B321 Students
- B-232 Students
- C+160 Students
- B115 Students
Farmington Public School District Reviews
In Farmington, I felt that teachers truly cared about me and wanted me to succeed. They taught me more than just lessons on academics but they also taught me life lessons as well. They made the space a great place for learning and growing as well! I wouldn't hesitate to put my future kids into this school!
There are a lot of problems with the district, including administration, how schools are closing, etc. I believe that the school district is not handling it in a proper manner, but due to the circumstances, I believe that they are doing their absolute best to make the district it's best and function efficiently. However, going through the Farmington school district has been a good experience for me personally. The diversity, faculty and opportunities available to student have always been great/
Farmington Public Schools is a district that speaks to their appreciation of diversity, but the practices and policies support institutional racism and implicit bias. The teachers are a representation of Farmington’s values. The black population of students do not represent the teacher population. The hiring practices suggest that black people are not welcome in Farmington. After 12 years of being a student in Farmington, I have not connected with many teachers on a level that made me feel accepted or supported. The few really caring teachers came along very late in my education, but I am grateful that they got me through the toughest years of my life so far. Farmington spends a lot of money on supporting a small population of students they believe are exceptional with academics. They study and push test scores and the poor data, but do not put a great effort into creating a safe learning environment for all students.