Lakeshore School District (Berrien) is a highly rated, public school district located in Stevensville, MI. It has 2,765 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 60% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
5771 Cleveland Ave
Stevensville, MI 49127
Lakeshore School District (Berrien) Rankings
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Lakeshore School District (Berrien) Reviews
Lakeshore Schools are typically quite strong. There are always a few poor teachers (mainly in the middle school), and the food is below average. However, Lakeshore performs well academically and provides a good curriculum for just about any kid, whether they plan on attending college or not. The CTE programs and Industrial programs really impress me (despite the fact I mainly take AP classes); my friends that participate in these programs appreciate them. The administration is kind and overall attentive to the students. Sports are really strong at Lakeshore, especially football and wrestling. What I like about Lakeshore the most is how involved it is with the community and what a healthy relationship the community and school have. Lakeshore has a great, caring environment
After having experiences in 3 school districts (MI, AL and TN) I have to say Lakeshore rates the lowest. If your student is not an exceptional athlete or highly accomplished in academics, then Lakeshore is not the place for you. The teachers are highly entitled and offer little assistance, even when engaged to help. The administration keeps student incidents to themselves, unless someone contacts the news or paper. The school district leadership lacks the basics for guiding the district. There are a few exceptions within the teacher ranks, but not enough to overcome the shortcomings of the faculty administrative inabilities. In summary, only the great students receive the attention, the rest are left to just get by. We were in this district for 8 years, and had a child that was on the high end and one on the lower end and this was our experience.
Lakeshore was my home for all of my education. I would have to say that the teachers and learning environment are outstanding. I miss them so much. All of their programs are amazing. Also, the students have the chance to explore other surrounding programs. It's a school where a student have many opportunities. The sports teams are fun and champions. The arts really show the students talent an help them improve. As a member of the band and track team, Lakeshore really knows how to be good sports and ,when winning, not to be rude. Lakeshore is a great school. GO LANCERS!!!!!!!