Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Rankings
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- A+504 Students
- A+368 Students
- B-308 Students
- B+251 Students
- C+222 Students
- B+199 Students
- B+184 Students
- B175 Students
- B+166 Students
- B+71 Students
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Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Reviews
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I really enjoyed attending Plymouth High School because my school was very different from most high schools. There high school is comprised of 3 buildings: Plymouth, Canton, and Salem. We walk between the buildings in rain, snow, or heat to get to class. The best thing about going here was meeting a great variety of people. There are nearly 6,500 students, so there is always an opportunity to meet someone new. I also liked how students can join programs like STEM, which allows students to have classes with the same people so the school feels smaller even though it is big. In the future, I would like to see a bigger push to get students in the STEM program and in the International Bachelor Program. I would also like to see the school make more of an effort to clear the paths between schools because I have witnessed students slip on ice walking between schools!
As an alumna of Plymouth High School class of 2013, I would 100% say that PCEP prepared me for college. I recently just graduated from Alma College with my Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and I still am quite grateful for being a student at PCEP! My high school counselor was the one who said Alma would be a perfect fit and she was correct!
I was a student of Plymouth-Canton Community Schools for thirteen years. Throughout the years, I attended both private and public schooling within the district. During grades kindergarten through eighth grade I attended All Saints Catholic School. Overall, my experience at All Saints was exceptional. I owe many of my literature and English skills to the teachers I had in elementary and middle school. In high school, I was a student at Plymouth High School. However, due to the unique campus style, I attended classes in both Salem High School and Canton High School. The structure of the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park greatly helped ready me for walking between buildings in college. In short, I would highly recommend Plymouth-Canton Community Schools to any family sending children to school.