Kearsley Community School District is a public school district located in Flint, MI. It has 3,015 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 31% of students are at least proficient in math and 45% in reading.
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Kearsley Community School District Reviews
I created lifelong friendships through Kearsley Community Schools and for that I will forever be grateful and proud to be a Kearsley Alumni. We may not have been the best at sports but the class of 2018, my class, felt like a family that I'm happy to have been part of. Go Hornets!
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.
As a student at Kearsley for my entire schooling career, like many other schools there was a strong sense of community. Towards the end of my high school career it was a district made up of a very diverse group of students. Most would agree that the district made opportunities for students where they could although we were not provided with the same opportunities other districts were provided with.