Mason Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Mason, MI. It has 3,160 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
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Mason Public Schools Reviews
I don’t hate Mason Public Schools because I love a lot of my teachers and I have made a lot of lifetime friends here, but I’m very happy to graduate and leave. I am a very open minded person that believes that everyone deserves respect and equality, and that is not what most people at Mason believe. We have a very high population of racist and misogynistic people. It is very common to walk down the hallway and see confederate flags worn by many students on a daily basis, there are also racist slurs heard daily, and nothing is done about this. Most people support Trump with all of their heart and only care about the straight white population. I’m ready to move on in life and go to a place where acceptance is more of a priority. I hope some day, Mason will change.
After switching from a different district to Mason High school, I fell in love with the atmosphere. The teachers were always helping students and there was so many resources available out of school hours that their should be no excuse for not getting extra help. The only thing I believe Mason High School could encourage more is diversity. The student body is mostly one color and in ways it is easy to feel stuck out if you are not a part of that race.
I feel my experience at Mason public school was a great experience! I was concerned about coming to a new school district when we moved from Lansing schools in 5 th grade. I made some really great friends and the teachers were excellent! The only down fall to moving after grade school age was that sports teams had been together since grade school. So in a smaller community it was hard to try to get into sports when it appeared that most coaches already had their minds made up as to who will play what position. However my overall experience in the Mason public school district was great I would highly recommend it for anyone who is looking for that closeness of the community the closeness of the students and the student involvement .