Kingsley Area Schools is an above average, public school district located in Kingsley, MI. It has 1,466 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 49% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Kingsley Area Schools Reviews
I am a Former Alumni of Kingsley Area Schools, it is a 'Class B' school district with approximately a little under 2,000 students. However, it does seem to be growing as each year passes. KAS is located right outside Traverse City in the Grand Traverse County. Kingsley overs a wide variety of diverse curriculum complete with extensive extracurricular opportunities. Such as - Golf, Football, Track & Field, Soccer, Volleyball, Baseball/Softball, Outdoor Adventure Club, Debate, Cheerleading, Bowling, Power-Lifting, Wrestling, Basketball, Yearbook, and many, many more! Kingsley’s band, choir, and jazz band programs consistently receive top honors at state festivals throughout the years. Many of the athletic programs give opportunities for the students to be successful in many different aspects. The school does have some disadvantages, but overall is a good choice of school!
Kingsley Area Schools are excellent! I went there K-12 and loved my experience. The faculty is absolutely wonderful, they really care about their students. The courses offered and the extra curricular activities available are fantastic. This is a school I would be proud to send my kids to.
What I like about Kingsley area schools is that the school has teachers who really engage with their students and are passionate about what and how they teach. The class size allows for the students to work one on one with the faculty and get the academic attention they need. Small class sizes also allows for individual students to shine in some way or another and also allows for a tight-knit community where each student knows the name of every person in there class and quite possibly, every student within a few grades because the students have grown up with each other.