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Menahga Public School District is an above average, public school district located in Menahga, MN. It has 1,039 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
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Menahga Public School District Reviews
Menahga is a small town school that is really starting to grow. In my opinion, small town schools are the best - you know everyone there, and they all know you. The teachers are great, like all of us they have their days 😉, but they're all wonderful teachers! I'm currently doing PSEO, but went to Menahga from K-10, and am proud to say that I will graduate with an associates degree and a diploma because of Menahga.
My overall experience with Menahga High School was alright. It wasn't the greatest thing ever because bullying is a problem. For 2 constant years I was bullied with little to no help from staff. I enjoy my teachers and the overall atmosphere of the building. I'd love to see the school have more fun opportunities and better college prep. I've learned little to nothing that I'm going to use once I graduation. Also the food isn't the greatest, it's just not what people want. There's very little and the only reason I eat school lunch is because it's currently free.
I liked the small community of Menahga; everyone knows each other and gets along well. It's a great atmosphere to grow up in. However, I would like to see a greater focus on preparing students for life after high school, and I would like to see a stronger shift to caring for the students' wellbeing rather than their grades.