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Vicksburg Community Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Vicksburg, MI. It has 2,660 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 43% of students are at least proficient in math and 48% in reading.
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Vicksburg Community Schools Reviews
The Middle School is great and the High school even better! I went in, expecting nothing, and got everything I could need. There are a lot of AP classes, amazing teachers, and very challenging curriculum. The population is inviting and the band amazing.
Vicksburg offers a lot of excellent extracurricular activities and Advanced Placement courses in high school which is very good. However, prior to high school, the system does very little to push forward advanced students. Additionally, the school is extremely lacking in diversity of people and ideas and the quality of the teachers is an extremely mixed bag with some absolutely amazing teachers and some who aren't even trying.
I graduated from Vicksburg Community Schools in 2013. I thought the teachers made learning fun and hands on for students. I participated in basketball and tennis. The couching staff hired by Vicksburg helped teach fundamentals and their love for the game inspired students. There was a lack of diversity within the school, Vicksburg was a predominantly white school. They offered some advance courses for students who were looking to receive a higher education, but most students chose to dually enroll at the local community college. The administrators were present and would spend the time getting to know students. They provided fun activities outside of the school hours for students and made events like homecoming fun for everyone. Vicksburg Community Schools helped further my education and was a stepping stone to receiving my Masters in May of 2019.