Mattawan Consolidated School is a highly rated, public school district located in Mattawan, MI. It has 3,792 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
Mattawan Consolidated School Rankings
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Mattawan Consolidated School Reviews
I grew up in Mattawan my whole life. My father, sister, aunts, uncles and cousins all graduated or are currently enrolled at Mattawan. The courses and teachers at Mattawan played an important role in my readiness for college. I had the opportunity to take advanced courses through Mattawan which helped prepare me for my future at both Kalamazoo Valley Community College and also Western Michigan University close to home in Mattawan. I'm grateful and thankful for all the experience Mattawan offered and I still use the skills I learned from Mattawan in my day to day life in college.
I have loved my time at Mattawan. I have had plenty of great teachers and unique learning experiences, as well as school events and athletics. I have participated on the school swim team, and tennis team, having a blast on both. I have made relationships with the people and teachers I have met here, and loved the time I have spent with them. Mattawan is phenomenal from an educational stand point, as well as many different categories. Anytime I've needed help in a class I have gotten it. The school spirit and culture at Mattawan is the best around. Everyone gets involved in school events, spreading fun and positivity. Overall Mattawan has been amazing, and I wouldn't have wanted to go anywhere else.
I went to Mattawan, until I dropped out junior year. I'm someone who struggles really bad with ADHD and need a little extra time and help. Mattawan administration would attempt to "help" me but they were just trying to help themselves. Mattawan cares more about keeping their high ranking and test scores than helping students. Teachers were always getting frustrated, which just made me frustrated at them, which led to me struggling more. I had teachers call me out when I would be sitting in class drawing, but if they would have just tried to talk to me, they would understand that is how I have to learn. Teachers and administration weren't interested in trying to learn about me and what I would need to do to succeed in school. I was always getting in trouble and sent to ISS. The longer I was in school, the more frustrated I got with the teachers and my continuously failing grades. One time we were at lunch and three boys came in and jumped some kids and it became a big brawl.