Northville Public Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Northville, MI. It has 7,371 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.
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Northville Public Schools Reviews
I went to junior high at Hillside, and elementary at Moraine. I had no problems until I reached high school. Your experience at Northville High is entirely based on a mix of chance, how much money you have, and how much you and your parents suck up to the faculty. The math department is especially one where you could get an amazing teacher, and have a good experience. Or, you end up with teachers who don’t want to teach, and will teach for all of five minutes out of an hour and a half class. I have had four different teachers, and only one of them taught. One of the worst parts is that Northville changes schedules halfway through the year, so you could end up with the same cruddy teacher, or get switched into a cruddy teacher’s class. I have had the same math teacher for three semesters, and I’m praying that for my last two semesters I get a teacher who can teach! The rest of the school is pretty darn similar!
Northville High School has helped me grow into the student I am today. With a variety of classes and rigorous coursework, NHS has set me on the path of success for college. One particular the high school adopted is blended learning; this is a type of schedule which gives students one class period to sleep in or talk to teachers for extra help. Although NPS is set on making every student as successful as possible, I wish that the administration would focus more on students’ mental health rather than just grades and activities. As a junior, trying to balance the coursework from my AP and honors classes, clubs, volunteer work, and preparing for the SAT is stressful to say the least. I hope the the Northville Public School administration and staff will take that into account to make a better, healthier Northville.
Some of the teachers are great, they care and try their best to get the students to understand and learn the material. Others just hand out busy work and don’t really provide any work that’s challenging or rewarding. The hight school is not so great but getting better at understanding mental health issues, they listen to students and implement any changes they can that the students suggest.