Greenville Public Schools is a public school district located in Greenville, MI. It has 3,780 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 38% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
Greenville Public Schools Rankings
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Greenville Public Schools Reviews
I am currently attending Greenville Public School as a senior. Throughout my four years of being here, I have experienced many things from good to bad. In my opinion, I believe we have excellent clubs and activities. For me, I participate in the art club and the Lotus project. My school also provides some of the classes I would like to take for college readiness. I have taken multiple art classes, physics, CAD, algebra 1-2 and geometry that will for sure help me further my career as an architect. The teachers are also very helpful and they care about there students. Although there are some downfalls to Greenville High school, for me, it's the athletic office. For instance, our athletic director favors certain sports, therefore, the other teams are treated unfairly. Another thing is the choice of classes. I would love if my school offered pre architecture so I could get a feel of it. In summary, Greenville is a great school.
There are so many opportunities for individuality, and there are many academic options to fit each student. The overall climate, however, is not as great, some students are rude and disrespectful to not only the other students around them but to the teachers as well.
I enjoyed many of my teachers. Many were easy to talk to and ask for help in a variety of ways. It is a lot easier to learn when you like the teachers. A few also did an excellent of college readiness. The atmosphere is also very relaxed. It doesn't feel like too much of a prison. On an occasion or two that may have gotten in the way of learning. The things I would like to see changed are how some of the teachers are too comfortable with their jobs. Therefore they stop trying to teach as well and aren't as concerned with the students themselves or what they learn. Another thing I think is a big draw back is the quality of food for the price. I'm no chef, but that food is of very poor quality. Also some of the teachers are too involved in the drama and life of the students. They treat some students poorly and even call them names behind their backs to other students. These teachers also tend to be bad at doing their job of teaching as well.