Morgan Hill Unified School District is an above average, public school district located in Morgan Hill, CA. It has 9,137 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
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Morgan Hill Unified School District Reviews
Throughout my experience in the Morgan Hill Unified school district Ive never felt like they could be doing more. Specifically the student life at sobrato feels very safe and welcoming to everyone. The teachers are all very respected and take their profession very serious. I feel other staff and counselors really care about my future and want the best for my education. School board meeting are productive and very up to date on current events. Public schools are greatly maintained and clean. Extra curricular opportunities such as sports and clubs are very popular at Ann Sobrato high school. Wide ranges from golf to hockey are provided for students participation therefore it really feels like everyones interests are thought of. Clubs are supported by staff,
I would like to see a better effort in college prep and life preparedness. I also would be happier with less civic points and more opportunities. Also a larger budget and more time for spirit rally's and days. Overall, my high school experience has been mostly good and enjoyable. I also believe the parking permits should be cheaper, most kids cant afford a $60 permit and other schools in the area only have them as $10.
Overall I had a very good experience in the Morgan Hill Unified School District. I always felt safe on all the campuses and was able to get resources and support when I needed it. There were many programs and meetings for parents and students in order to learn about college and how to prepare for it which were very helpful for to me and my parents. The environment and student life always felt welcoming and safe. There was always a lot of enthusiasm for school spirit and support for the sports teams that made the schools feel whole. One thing however thatI would like to see improvement in is the academics, in some of the subjests I felt that there was not the best teacher which made me stuggle to keep up and basically teach myself, that was were the resources came in use. But overall I enjoyed my experience and would recommend it.