Marshfield Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Marshfield, MA. It has 4,288 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 71% of students are at least proficient in math and 73% in reading.
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Marshfield Public Schools Reviews
Overall my experience at Marshfield High School has been positive. Many teachers connect with their students by teaching beyond the classroom and are genuinely interested in their students' success. Although it's not a vocational high school there are still courses offered in woodshop, construction, and culinary. The art and music department are phenomenal and it's very easy to find something to participate in afterschool or start your own clubs. Students can be cliquey; however, that's common of most high schools. Although Marshfield isn't a very diverse town, the school's afs chapter works hard to support international students and exchanges. If a student is willing to put in extra effort, they are likely to succeed at Marshfield High.
Dedicated staff and teachers that truly care about student development! The district offers a variety of enrichment courses, clubs, and athletics for every student. Schools are very well maintained.
(1have attend up from k-12) Terrible school system with regard for developing intellectual curiosity. Sports are the focus while academics take a back seat. Very homogenous pop; no diversity. The south shore for lack of better wording is a dry desolate area for diversity, and intellectual development. With that being said there are quality people who are part of the faculty at MHS, and do want to see you suceed. The issue lies more with the culture within the walls, and the teachers aren't too much to blame.