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Kenowa Hills Public Schools is a public school district located in Grand Rapids, MI. It has 3,137 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
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Kenowa Hills Public Schools Reviews
Having taken part in several leadership roles at Kenowa Hills High School, I believe that the district excels with student voice. The board, the principal, and the teachers genuinely care about the student's concerns. This creates a very open and comfortable environment. Go, knights!
Fantastic STEM programs, several teachers are sub-par. The engineering program is incredibly engaging, as well as the computer science course. Both entail several projects where you develop, construct, 3d print, and work with CAD.
Kenowa Hills was a school of opportunity. It was a place where you could experience so many different events and activities and also prepare for the future. It focused a lot of their time on students and made sure nobody was left behind. It made me feel welcome and happy to go there. Kenowa Hills had an amazing atmosphere almost like it felt like a warm hug or a blanket. You where proud to be called the knights and it was almost like you felt like one was in you in all of them. They made sure that no trouble or bullying was happening. They where very protective of their students. It almost felt like we where a huge family. When they told us to move our tassels over my heart was beating with excitement and when we got to remove our hats I almost didn’t want to let go because I knew I was going to miss such an amazing home-like comfortable place. I hope that when I become a teacher I can have the same impression that Kenowa Hills did for me and for all the other students.