Mansfield Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Mansfield, MA. It has 3,979 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 66% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
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Mansfield Public Schools Reviews
Mansfield Public schools have a challenging curriculum and excellent teachers. Although the workload was difficult it helped me prepare for college-level courses. Studying habits were taught in various ways which made the transition into college smooth. Mansfield High School has a has great sports teams which bring up the schools spirit. They also offered a variety of clubs and activities which gave everybody an opportunity to get involved. At Mansfield, High cellphones were not permitted during school hours. In this period of time technology is used throughout the world to educate. Technology opens up new avenues of learning for everybody. Overall Manfield High School shapes adolescents into young adults in a respectable manner.
Mansfield Public Schools is like any other school system. The overall curriculum is based on passing MCAS/SATs/APs. The elementary schools are fine, as a student you learn the basics however cursive was taken out of the curriculum. The middle school does not offer too many clubs or events, but students have to take a foreign language (Spanish or French) and drama class. The high school is just starting to offer more courses and AP classes. The sports teams are great and the band is excellent, they practice more than sports. Sports offered are football, soccer, cheer, golf, wrestling, cross country, swimming, track and field, lacrosse, baseball, softball, tennis, basketball, and hockey. The food in each school is very mediocre. Clubs are not a very big part of school life.
Over the past three years I have enjoyed Mansfield High School. It has been a safe environment for myself and others to learn and socialize. The teachers I have encountered are very kind and they seem happy with their jobs which is very important when you consider that they will be filling the students with knowledge. However, a few things at Mansfield High School need improvement. For example the lack of a study block has caused many students, especially student athletes like myself, to become extremely stressed. If MHS were to focus on the mental health of its students, I believe it would create a much better environment for students to learn.