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Regional School Unit No. 58 (MSAD 58) is a public school district located in Phillips, ME. It has 638 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 36% of students are at least proficient in math and 50% in reading.
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Regional School Unit No. 58 (MSAD 58) Reviews
I was raised in a very small close-knit community which is very reflective in my school community. I attended one school for my K - 8 years and then attended our high school which included our four local towns. Our small school population meant that we received a lot of individual attention and allowed teachers to be very familiar with all students. My teachers were very dedicated to their job and students, they worked hard to help students achieve their goals. If I had to list one improvement it would have to be the ability to offer a larger selection of courses which of course requires more teachers and money, something we tend to be lacking. Overall a great school experience with wonderful teachers.
This district is a joke!! They put so many restrictions on teachers and students its literally impossible for the teachers to do their job, they try to run parents lives, 90% of them are rude and unless you have money they dont care. Literally ran by a bunch of rich stuck ups. Do NOT send your children here. There is so much bullying lying and they favor certain families. Only the rich kids get a chance to do trips sports get extra help. Student safety is a joke fights all the time but if they report them the child that reports it gets in trouble. Parents have no say what so ever.
The student-teacher ratio makes it easy to get the help students need to succeed. Teachers understand the students and are able to effectively communicate.