Grandville Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Grandville, MI. It has 5,612 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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Grandville Public Schools Reviews
At Grandville, some of the teachers are excellent and some aren't so much. We had a lot of money from a grant and recently built an amazing new workout facility for athletes and students and that's one of my favorite things about the school! However, the food is Average. I have the latest lunch, and many time the cafeteria would simply run out of my favorite healthy option, the Chicken Wrap, and I'd be forced to order unhealthy food just to eat when I really was interested in healthy options. That is my main concern. I do feel safe at school and the faculty does a good job at keeping everybody feeling secure.
I overall enjoyed attending Grandville Public Schools, having gone there from as a kindergartener to a high school senior. The staff take great effort to encourage a sense of community pride and support from all their students, and are excellent at encouraging us to do our best. Both the middle school and high school have undergone renovations in recent years, with the middle school expanding its study halls and the high school adding a new athletic room with fine exercise machines and a good physical fitness program. A potential improvement would be finding a new company to do custodial and maintenance work as they are not always as diligent as they should be, but it is not a major issue.
Tight knit community with tons of parental involvement opportunities. Sports program diversity and options are abundant. Food options could be better but are edible. Lots of classes with chances to earn college credit through AP testing. Love the program options through KCTC!