Lakeview Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Saint Clair Shores, MI. It has 4,243 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
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Lakeview Public Schools Reviews
Lakeview public schools are accepting, diverse, and professional. Lakeview offers the most amazing programs you could imagine. I am graduating from Lakeview high school with 28 college credits all paid for by Lakeview. Lakeview offers Wayne State, Baker, and Macomb Community College courses to all students. The block scheduling allows for all students to take advantage of these amazing programs. Lakeview really focuses on all students. Students who are not interested in college have opportunities to advance as well. Lakeview offers JROCT(junior military), First responders training, culinary arts school, beauty schools, Dentistry through Baker college, and so many more. Students at Lakeview have obvious advantages over students in surrounding schools. I am leaving Lakeview with complete confidence in my education knowing that I am ready for my college career.
As Lakeview Alum, I am, of course, proud to have my children attend my alma mater. As a student, I loved my school, but didn't appreciate the opportunities afforded me. As a parent, upgrades in programs, facilities/equipment, and security have cemented my love of the Lakeview District.
I liked how this district provides the next step into college. I graduated in 2016, and they helped my apply to 5 schools while I was in school. Their counselors followed up with students and made sure they had some type of plan, and if they didn’t, they would help with that too. There was lots of test preparation and testing, which helped prepare for college and made sure students were improving. The teachers are the most important part but also the weakest area. They aren’t always professional and don’t care about actually educating. Some were amazing, others were the worst. I’ve had some experiences with tenure teachers abusing power and stopped educating or caring. Staff needs work.