McFarland Unified School District is a public school district located in McFarland, CA. It has 3,570 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 19% of students are at least proficient in math and 27% in reading.
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McFarland Unified School District Reviews
McFarland Unified Schools are so great! I love how everyone knows each other in this small town. One thing I would change with all the schools would be the bullying, but if you think about it, any school that you will attend you will find people that bully anywhere. Other than that McFarland is a great community. McFarland is a place where you can meet tons of new friends if you are genuinly a kind person to interact with.
Throughout my 12 years of school here, I have had an overall amazing experience. I have created life long relationships with teachers, coaches, counselors, administrators, and students. Many of the adults working at McFarland Unified School District have had a great impact on my life and helped shape me to be the person I am today. These past two years at MUSD have not been the best. They are defiantly not the way I wanted to end my high school career. My junior and senior year of high school have been full of politician drama. Although I am not involved in it, I see how our administration and board members treat others who should be respected and honored. I believe as an administrator, school board member, and superintendent you should be there to help benefit the majority of students, not just a specific group of athletes. Overall, my experience at McFarland Unified School District has been good and I am glad to call McFarland my second home.
The district itself runs smoothly but like anything else, it has its problems. Throughout the schools within the district they are welcoming atmospheres for students but the overall communication with teachers and their students is brief. Communication is poor but other than that, there is student involvement, but the limitations are too restricting for students to fully express themselves through school spirit.