Plymouth-Canton Community Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Plymouth, MI. It has 17,371 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Rankings
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Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Reviews
A great place to go to school! The high school has a 3-school combined campus, so students must walk between buildings between some of their classes, which is where the administration can try and make some changes to. They are too harsh when deciding whether it is fit for students to walk outside, especially considering that we live in Michigan, and it can get pretty cold. Other than that, the school is great. Hundreds of clubs, sports, and other activities are available, the counselors and teachers are willing to help any time, and the security is well prepared at ahyctime of the day. Great school and I am proud to be a Plymouth Wildcat!
My experience with Plymouth- Canton specifically PCEP, the high schools, can be summed up by saying I couldn't wait to get out and go to college. Having three high schools in one definitely makes one feel like a small fish in a big pond. Granted there is something for everyone, literally, the opportunity and diversity of classes that could be taken was amazing! The administration was very uptight and by the time senior year came around, it felt like we were treated as the freshman we walked the halls with. Snow days are a big issue in the fact that they really don't take the cold weather seriously. For example, when I was in high school the windchill cut of was -20 degrees before school was canceled and even being -19 we'd have school. Now if we all stayed inside it wouldn't have been an issue except for the fact that every hour we change buildings. Overall, I definitely would've rather gone to a smaller scale high school.
The district has very diverse campuses with caring, supportive teachers who do their best to provide students with the best education they can. Administration does their best to make sure all students feel safe and supported. There needs to be more communication between students and faculty on how administration can check in with students' mental health. There are numerous opportunities for students to participate in a variety of clubs and sports. The high school course schedules offered allow students the flexibility to decide how rigorous they want their schedules to be.