Millington Community Schools is a public school district located in Millington, MI. It has 1,224 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 30% of students are at least proficient in math and 46% in reading.
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Millington Community Schools Reviews
I had a great experience at Millington High School. I believe that the staff has prepared me for college. The teachers have taught me the materials that I will need to success in college no matter where that be. They also help the students learn the concept of team work. To better prepare yourself, they also offer college courses on site. The coaches at Millington have taught me dedication, work habits, and time management, while helping me improve my skills. The community is extremely supportive of the school and the programs provided. Millington High School also involves themselves in the community, whether it be painting the fence for the library or helping clean up after a festival. I believe the Millington High School has shaped me into becoming the person I am today, and I will carry the lessons they have taught me.
Millington community schools is a great place to put children or teens who are interested in sports, or any other possible extracurricular activity. Millington community schools offer a top-5 football program, amazing teachers, and a great community. The community has gathered many times to help parents,children, or teens in Millington.
My entire education has been at Millington High School. I enjoyed it there until I reached high school, specifically Junior and Senior year. There is absolutely no diversity in this school. The politics are overwhelming, and have caused us to replace a significant amount of our staff. Parents are way too evolved in the school, where it affects how students learn. There is basically no discipline at this school, or at least not for he ones who need it. The teachers and administration clearly has favorites and that reflects directly on how students act and their education. The bias at this school is shocking and overwhelming.