Hastings Area School District is a public school district located in Hastings, MI. It has 2,675 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 36% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
232 West Grand Street
Hastings, MI 49058
Elementary Schools in Hastings Area School District
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Hastings Area School District Reviews
Hastings area school district is a awesome place to receive a education. The teachers and administration are awesome and help us prepare for the future. There are so many opportunities at Hastings including sports, clubs, and other activities to be involved in. There is a awesome music and CTE department. I was part of the band where I had a awesome time during marching and concert season. I was also a member of the FFA chapter and agriculture program. I felt so prepared for future with these experiences and also with the AP courses I took. I highly recommend this school district to anyone.
Hastings Area Schools gives students a chance to make for a better future. It brings such a diverse life to the entirety of the student body. Hastings gives the chance for students to prepare for their future before ending their high school career. From the many AP courses and other courses such as Culinary Arts, Engineering and Design, and Business classes, students can get a grasp of what the world has to offer to the various careers and work ethics. The academics are just the start. Hastings offers many different extra-curricular activities, those in which includes FFA, various sports, BPA, NHS, and more. Band, Gym, and Choir electives also give full effort in student excellence. Hastings strives to help students succeed from there present schooling to future events. Hastings truly strives towards their motto: "A Commitment to Excellence in Academics, Arts and Athletics."
Overall I felt like my entire experience in school wasn't actually based on learning, I feel like us students were just "money makers", and by the time I graduated the school system was greedily trying to get bonds to pass. And it felt like the teachers just gave into that idea and were just trying to get parents to join in on the idea of using bonds, and the parents were totally into it.