Kelloggsville Public Schools is a public school district located in Grand Rapids, MI. It has 2,240 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 18% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% in reading.
242 52nd St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49548
Kelloggsville Public Schools Rankings
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Kelloggsville Public Schools Reviews
What I experienced at Kelloggsville was something different. It was a school that will always be apart of me if I want it to or not. I spent my entire life there. I started in Kindergarten and graduated from there too.There were bad times, but it never felt like there were bad teacher. They all wanted to see you succeed even if you weren't their student. I'm rating it a 4/5 because there were some gripes I had with things going on my last year and a half.
Kelloggsville is a nice school that is very diverse. There are many clubs and fun spirit days every now and then. The teachers encourage us students to strive for success and help us the best way they can. Kelloggsville is one of those schools that know how to balance sports and education so that neither one is overpowering the other. Overall, Kelloggsville has a safe environment, caring teachers, and is a clean school. There isn't really anything I would change about the school, but this is most likely a biased statement.
Overall what I liked about Kelloggsville High School was most definitely the teachers. They are all so supportive and easy to talk to plus they genuinely care about your well being. Another thing I love about Kelloggsville is the diversity, there are so many different types of people which is nice. One thing that is missing about Kelloggsville that I wish would be improved on is the school pride. There's not much of it but I feel like it is possibly being worked on for future classes ahead. My experience at Kelloggsville overall was pretty decent I may say, made many good friends.