Milan Area Schools is an above average, public school district located in Milan, MI. It has 2,231 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 49% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
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Milan Area Schools Reviews
Im a recent graduate of Milan Area Schools. Its a district I have attended my whole life. I believe the the Milan School District for the most part is a better community for children to grow up in as opposed to other schools. In my experience, there was very few cases of bullying, and none that I had witnessed. Like most public schools, you have the few kids that throw out slurs, but I felt safe at Milan as a Minority and wasn't bothered by other kids. Most of the teachers are pretty cool and staff is friendly.
Milan Area Schools is a place of community. One of their strengths is the sense of connection amongst the students, faculty, and greater community. They offer a large number of extra curriculars and out-of-class activities. They do a good job of preparing students for college, and take students' futures seriously. The administration is fantastic: very helpful, respectful, and invested. Where the school lacks is in diversity. They have a large population of white students, however this is largely attributed to the community surrounding the school, not the school itself. The teachers are decent. There are definitely several gems that stand out over the rest, but overall, the faculty are average.
I went to Milan High School all 4 years. It was a ton of fun but we do focus a lot on academics. Milan strives for high SAT scores and tries to give their students the best opportunities to do whatever it is they want (college, trade school, etc.)