Gibraltar School District is a public school district located in Woodhaven, MI. It has 3,527 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 31% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
Gibraltar School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Gibraltar School District
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Gibraltar School District Reviews
The teachers are very involved with students. So, the students feel comfortable going to their teachers for help with not only school problems but life problems too. Sports teams build bonds with student athletes . Oscar A. Carlson High School is a nice school. The track and football field just go redone and look good. Students come together to support their sports teams. Teachers run amazing programs such and Marauder Capatians, NHS, Interact Club, Earth Club, etc. Students get preparation for the SAT in MPT or in the SAT prep class that is offered, not all schools have this. Vocational classes allow students to prepare for the career they are interested in.
Gibraltar School District has been a great learning environment. It has been very challenging, however, I have gained so much knowledge from the challenges that I faced. I have also taken part in Extra-Curricular actives such as Varsity Sideline and Competitive cheerleading in which my team and I have earned two State-Championship titles.
The Gibraltar School District has provided a positive learning environment for me throughout my years there. The staff is kind and cares for you beyond your grades. The facility's are second to none downriver, giving us an edge in sports. The school also offers many different clubs and activities for the student body to get involved both in our community and our classrooms.