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Pine City Public School District is an above average, public school district located in Pine City, MN. It has 1,594 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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Pine City Public School District Reviews
My experience at Pine City was alright. When I first came to Pine, I never thought how it could change me as a person. The people there are very nice except when you're in my shoes as a different race. It was hard making friends, i sat at lunch for a week with no one. I saw the clicks and the groups but no one wanted me. Now i have some friends, they come in and out of my life because they're just lunch friends (the ones I sit with). I'll probably move from pine and never come back.
Pros: There are amazing teachers. Also, one of the most important things to note about PCHS is the amazing auditorium built not too long ago. Most of the time it's just used for band, choir, and plays, but sometimes professional music groups stop in and preform at said auditorium; I remember the acapella group Tonic Sol Fa played at PCHS even before they went to the Twin Cities, and it was at a reasonable price, too! The music and art programs are great for a school of this size, although the the director for the school plays the last few years was gross and always casted her daughter as the lead. Cons: There is only a handful of students every year that aren't white Christians, the food sucks, there isn't much to do other than sports, and while I didn't have any personal vendetta against the principal and vice principal, everyone I knew seemed to hate him.
Pine city public schools were great. The teachers were always helpful and kind. They have a great grip on preparing students for college!