Governor Mifflin School District is an above average, public school district located in Shillington, PA. It has 4,075 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
10 S Waverly Street
Shillington, PA 19607
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Governor Mifflin School District Reviews
I loved being a part of marching band, concert band, and various other clubs and I made many friends in these activities. School pride and inclusiveness is a large part of our schools focus. The teachers are thoroughly involved in each students education and concerned about the students success. The only negative part of my experience was a few other teenagers attitudes and behavior in school. Overall I am proud to be graduating from Governor Mifflin this June. We are - Mustang Nation!
Governor Mifflin is a pretty good school overall, the administration is good and I love being a mustang. Our school culture is great, I feel like we are one big happy Mustang Nation family which is probably my favorite thing about Mifflin. Most of the teachers are really great! They do a great job at teaching and they are great people in general. The food that they serve could be better. The school does have a lot of physical fighting in it, but it is starting to be better and we now have two school officers so I feel safe attending Governor Mifflin.
great science teachers in the high school. English teachers have taught same curriculum for years- not updating books you are required to read with the times- Jane Austin, Chaucer etc. Math teachers focus on the easy students, not encouraging if you are a struggling math student.GMSD uses "everyday math" program in elementary school- horrible program, does not prepare students with math foundations. Middle/high school teachers do not support "everyday math" skills, expect students to have 'old school' math skills when they were never taught k-6.