North Branch Area Schools is a public school district located in North Branch, MI. It has 2,345 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 38% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
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North Branch Area Schools Reviews
I loved that North Branch Area Schools (NBAS) were smaller schools. This allowed for more one on one time between the instructor and the student. Having smaller class sizes really allows the teacher as well as the student to be more academically focused. One thing that I would like to see changed at NBAS is the amount of student involvement. I think that all the students and staff should be working together to come up with more ways to get students involved with the school district as well as the community. I think more students becoming involved would also be beneficial to the student academics. For example the students could be spending more time doing educational or volunteering activities rather than athletic or other non proactive activities.
North Branch is a friendly community. The students and teachers are always there to lift each other up, especially in tragic times. The athletics are improving every year. Everyone thinks the volleyball team gets everything, but little do they know that they pay out of their own pocket for their gear every single year. There are multiple things to get involved in at this school and it will always be my home.
As a recent alum, North Branch is where I grew up and called home for years. The school atmosphere is fun and the teachers are good. The way the sports funds could be conducted differently because of the lack of support to other programs besides volleyball. If your looking for an average education that will somewhat get you ready for college then this is the place.