West Bloomfield School District is a highly rated, public school district located in West Bloomfield, MI. It has 5,504 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 48% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
West Bloomfield School District Rankings
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West Bloomfield School District Reviews
Overall, the high school is very large, well-funded, and diverse. There are many clubs students can choose from (arts and sports). Furthermore, the school does very well academic wise. West Bloomfield High school offers many AP classes and the teachers do well in preparing students for the college courses and AP exams. The school also provides students with a lot of resources. For instance, installing a chrome book program. This program gave students, specifically those who have trouble accessing the internet and working with electronics, the ability to have their own device during their years as a student.
West Bloomfield School District has an amazing curriculum. The district is full of great leaders, from janitors and technicians, to teachers and principles. They all care deeply about their students and their well beings. They motivate students to do well academically and participate in the many different clubs and sports that are offered. West Bloomfield School District also provides many opportunities for students to challenge themselves. They offer many AP classes and honor programs.
I love the diversity in the school district. I also love how they have school of choice- this is how I was able to attend school here. They have a couple different elementary schools to choose from (this makes it more convenient). Then, you have 2 different middle schools to choose from. One middle school is more sportsy and one is more artsy. This is nice, but it also creates chaos once we all get to high school. I felt very safe at the school and absolutely loved the teachers. I was OVERLY prepared for college and UofM in Ann Arbor.