Granby Public Schools is a public school district located in Granby, MA. It has 765 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 43% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
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Granby Public Schools Reviews
Granby, MA is a small town located in Western Massachusetts. The teachers are very dedicated to the students and want them to do well. The limitations they face though is the lack of funding and financial support that teachers need to make their classrooms interesting and supportive of students with different abilities and disabilities. The classes available to high schoolers are rigorous, challenging, and prepare them for college. The one thing that is disheartening is the lack of support of the staff by administration. With that being said, sometimes staff morale is down. But because we are a small community, the parents always have a say in their child's education and the support given within the schools.
Most teachers work hard to challenge students, especially in the AP classes. We are well-prepared for the AP exams. Coaches are good and team are pretty competitive considering the school is small. There are several new classes this year, such as sports history and forensics. Facilities are lacking.
The school is moderately challenging. The school does not offer as many AP classes as some schools might, but Granby has a history with several Ivy League and other selective school graduates. The community is great however, it's like a family. The teachers are mostly kind and some students can get very personal with them.