Kearsley Community School District is a public school district located in Flint, MI. It has 3,068 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 46% in reading.
4396 Underhill Dr
Flint, MI 48506
Kearsley Community School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Kearsley Community School District
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- B-127 Students
- A75 Students
- C75 Students
- A+65 Students
- B58 Students
- B52 Students
- B+48 Students
- B46 Students
- A-45 Students
- B43 Students
Kearsley Community School District Reviews
I recently joined the Kearsley school district this year. All that comes to mind is WOW! This school is really great. From having all sorts of different elective classes to having different levels of difficulty classes, such as applied, regular, honors, and advanced placement. Students have the opportunity to gain so many college credits here. The staff works hard and well at what they do for students. Students really learn well here. Kearsley has many clubs and organizations to incorporate students outside of school as well as sports teams. Kearsley has many sports that students to participate it. They food is even good, and that is saying alot for school food. It may be small community, but with this school, the school has a big heart in the community.
The teachers at Kearsley are fabulous. Mr. Rob Markwardt makes any era of history exciting. Mr. Darrick Puffer, who is sadly retiring, has been a fabulous mentor to me as I have taken his journalism class. Mr. Chris Torok gives advanced math lessons an intensity that is rarely seen but always appreciated. This school may be aged and in an area that has seen better days economically, but the spirit of the staff and students makes up for this.
I am a former alum for Kearsley Community schools. I had a mostly pleasant experience. The district is full of outstanding educators that try to meet the needs of students and incorporate real world situations into their lessons. The school is a clean facility that has the proper equipment in order to educate children. For the most part, the students are kind and try to help one another to succeed. The athletic programs vary in success, but overall good sportsmanship throughout the district.