Lunenburg Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Lunenburg, MA. It has 1,641 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
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Lunenburg Public Schools Reviews
There are many positive qualities of going to Lunenburg for schooling. For one, the safety in and around the school is outstanding. There was not one time where I felt unsafe around the school grounds. In Lunenburg you will have to push yourself to succeed, the administration and some teachers will help guide you, but they're trying to get you to succeed in college and the real world, where you will push yourself. A couple of the poor qualities of the school are the school lunches and multiple teachers. The school lunches seem like they are microwaved half of the time. Some teachers also cross the line on some occasions, I've heard of a science teacher making students feel uncomfortable in his class my how he acts or what he says to them. I've also known of many teachers who try to act more as friends than teachers to some students, and some you can tell who their teachers pet is. Overall an okay experience, definitely going to help me succeed through the next few years.
The teachers and faculty of Lunenburg Middle-High go above and beyond the basic needs of students. My teachers were so dedicated to their subjects and to their students, the administration would allow us to make changes we felt necessary for the school, and the extracurriculars were abundant for a small school. With the brand new building came great new learning tools and facilities, and a safe and welcoming environment.
Lunenburg has a wonderful academic program that puts focus on the students' minds rather than relying solely on an outdated book (which most books at the schools are). The classes that utilize discussions, such as AP Literature and AP Government & Politics are notably remarkable in how they get the students engaged and eager to learn. My only greivances are that it's fairly obvious that not all of the teachers are on an equal skill level and several seem, for lack of a better word, petty. Otherwise very good experience.