Madison District Public Schools is a public school district located in Madison Heights, MI. It has 1,415 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 21% of students are at least proficient in math and 26% in reading.
Madison District Public Schools Rankings
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- B+66 Students
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- A+48 Students
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Madison District Public Schools Reviews
New school board and superintendent have made enormous strides to refloat a former sinking ship. Between the four schools, Madison Early Childhood Center, Madison Elementary, Wilkinson Middle School, Madison High School and Madison Preperatory Academy, many new and improved programs have been launched this past school year.
The experience was good for my 4 years, I met some good friends and associates plus great Teachers! I learned a lot that will help me out here in the real world. I will miss my fellow Madison School and truly will never forget them
Madison was an experience, there were so many different cultures and ethnicities. The atmosphere was laid back, but the rules were tightfisted enough where things weren't out of control. The teachers cared about you and spoke to you throughout your problems, bullying almost never seemed like a problem. It had its problems, but what public school doesn't? There's a lot to like about Madison, but a lot to dislike as well. While being minority dominated schools, there were definitely times where the faculty showed their almost blatant bias towards the majority race.