Mustang Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Mustang, OK. It has 11,013 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 43% in reading.
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Mustang Public Schools Reviews
I loved the environment, it was like a family gathering everyday! Everyone was always talking about their lives to each other, they would all listen, and work out problems with each other.
Being a student at Mustang Public Schools has been a very pleasant experience for me. I’ve only had amazing, helpful teachers throughout the 5 years I’ve lived here. Many clubs are offered here, two of which I participate in are Key Club, a community service program, and Archery Club. Although the food provided for lunch isn’t the best I’ve ever had, they offer other food through vending machines and a food cart run by students. The only thing I want to see change is pay for teachers. All of the teachers at Mustang work extremely hard for students but get a small salary in return. They deserve more recognition and reward for what they do for all of us students.
Overall I enjoyed going to and graduating from mustang high school. Some things I didn’t like were how they in forced rules. They were very inconsistent in the dress code and giving punishments to students for things they have done. They also were inconsistent in their athletics program. Football was always the main priority and got all of the money and resources, and as being someone on the swim team which didn’t even have a pool we always felt unwanted and no one cared what we did. Which we went to state every year and no one would ever know.