Overall Niche Grade
Queen's Grant Community School is an above average, public, charter school located in Mint Hill, NC. It has 1,243 students in grades K-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 49% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
Queen's Grant Community School Rankings
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Free or Reduced Lunch
- of students and parents agree that students at this school are competitive.6 responses
- of students and parents agree that students at this school are creative and artsy.6 responses
- of students and parents agree that students at this school are athletic.6 responses
- of students and parents agree that the teachers give engaging lessons.10 responses
- of students and parents agree that the teachers genuinely care about the students.10 responses
- of students and parents agree that the teachers adequately lead and control the classroom.10 responses
Queen's Grant Community School Reviews
The thing that was good about Queens Grant was students get a lot of one on one time with the teachers. There is a great community. Most students are given the materials they need in order to go to college. The bad thing about Queens Grant is because it is such a small school, it is low in diversity and the sports are mediocre.
Queens grant was an enjoyable experience coming from a local public school. The administration made it a point to establish good morals, as well as academic excellence. The culture of the school pertained in specific sports and clubs, which did limit its outreach to the entire school population.
Queen’sGrant was a great elementary and middle school. I graduated from their middle school in 2015 and have gone on the Porter Ridge Highschool. I feel that Queen’s Grant prepared me for future education. Although they did not have buses or a cafeteria, they still offered lunches and even Chick-fil-A on Wednesday. The uniforms were no problem, kept everyone feeling equal, and reduced bullying based on clothes. In fact, it of all my years at Queen’s Grant I was never personally bullied or heard of many people who were.