Muskegon Public Schools is a public school district located in Muskegon, MI. It has 3,985 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 14% of students are at least proficient in math and 22% in reading.
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Muskegon Public Schools Reviews
Honestly very poor, they gave me all lower classes than what I should have been, bumping me down 2 years! The students aren't as bad as every thinks, but there can still be trouble. The assistant principle does almost no help to the school's students at all seeing as she uses a system of favoritism. The bathrooms are low quality with most not even having stall doors. Most staff is awesome but there are some, mean and snappy people. The classes that are offered are very limited and there aren't many options. It doesn't seem that anybody but teachers are looking to make things better for the students.
My experience so far at MHS has been great! A few issues with A teacher and a few students, but overall very good. Very few distributions during class time and plenty of help when needed.
What I like about Muskegon Public School is that we have a big diversity. I like coming to school and seeing different races coming together and smiling. Most schools in Muskegon doesn’t have that. Also the Muskegon High School football team is phenomenal. They are the most talked about team in the city of Muskegon. I love when they play because the players put all their hard work and dedication on to the field. Also the Marching Band is know for fantastic work; they work just as hard as they football players. Muskegon Public School is great with academics too. Class of 2018 has the some of the smartest people of because of the help from the wonderful teachers.