Evart High School is a public school located in Evart, MI. It has 262 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 26 to 1. According to state test scores, 25% of students are at least proficient in math and 45% in reading.
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- Crime & SafetyNG
- Cost of LivingA-
- Good for FamiliesC
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Health & Safety
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Evart High School Reviews
Evart High School is a very small public school in a tiny town. Diversity is almost non-existent. Academics are lacking but most of the teachers are good at their job and great people. Most students have gone through the entire Evart public school system so if you're new, making friends can have its difficulties. If you take the time to get to know the staff you can have pretty good relationships with them. Sports teams are anything special unless your in cross country. There aren't many upper level classes so college readiness wasn't there.
At Evart High School everyone fits into two categories people who are involved and people who are not I am one that is involved. If you were to walk into Evart High School you would see that safety is our schools number one priority we have had countless assemblies on how to be safe in our school. Some of the teachers in our school have been at Evart High School for a very long time. This meaning most of those teachers do not want to adapt to the advancements in technology or don’t know how to which as a student can be quite frustrating. Our schools lunch program has raised the price over the years but has not changed at all as far as what they serve. Our principal Jessica Kolenda and school counselor have worked very hard to change our school into a college readiness school however I feel that in a way this want to have a college readiness high school has had the opposite effect.
I believe that this is a good school to start your children at. They really do on making sure your kids are progressing at a respectable rate. Though one of their greater challenges are there student body. The school tends to be rather close minded and doesn't exactly appreciate people who are different. The teachers however are fantastic and if I went through school once again I would love to be among the teachers once more.