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- Clubs & ActivitiesB+
- Health & SafetyA
- Resources & FacilitiesB
Foxborough Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Foxborough, MA. It has 2,553 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
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Foxborough Public Schools Reviews
Throughout my experience at Foxborough High School, I have appreciated a hands on, diverse curriculum. This has helped me to develop critical thinking skills, social abilities, and how to act in a professional environment. Over the years, I have grown into a young, mature woman. Looking back, the only aspect I might change is how teachers deal with negative situations. Many times I have seen students act disrespectful towards a member of the faculty or another student. In some of these situations, the teachers either ignore the behavior or say something stern then dismiss it. Overall, I have enjoyed my time at Foxborough High has been beneficial to me both inside and outside the classroom.
Foxboro High School is a nice small school, but there only so many good characteristic that this school has. There are so many good teachers and then there are so many just awful teachers. The bad teachers aren’t bad peolle they can’t just teach well to a class. I failed a class due to this one teacher and I was actually really good in that subject. I paid attention and tried my best to get s good grade but she wasn’t explaining right to me and all of my classmates. The average in that class was a C and it was a college prep class. But the maina issue I’d the music program. I went through the music program and I quit my senior years because it’s cruel what they do to there students. I’ve seen the music teachers yell at special needs kids, I heard them swearing, and they supported corrupted people. This also affects the school. They music program thinks the school revolves around them and it causes a bad vibe.
Although the school's pretty average, there's usually that one awesome teacher. The counselors doesn't seem to know how to help, usually.