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Reed City Area Public Schools

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Reed City Area Public Schools is located in Reed City, Michigan and includes 3 schools serving grades Kindergarten-12. The district has a total of 84 teachers with a student-teacher ratio of 18 students per teacher.

Address

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225 W. Church Avenue
Reed City, Michigan 49677

Phone

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Schools
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Schools in District

3

G.T. Norman Elementary School
Level: Elementary
Grades: Kindergarten, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
338 West Lincoln Avenue
Reed City, Michigan 49677
(231) 832-5548


Reed City High School
Level: High
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
225 West Church Avenue
Reed City, Michigan 49677
(231) 832-2224


Reed City Middle School
Level: Middle
Grades: 6, 7, 8
233 West Church Avenue
Reed City, Michigan 49677
(231) 832-6174


Teachers
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🎓 ‍Student-Teacher Ratio

18.4
students per 1 teacher

🏫 Teachers

84
Students
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Students in District

1,550

Students with Disabilities

239
15% of students

English Learners

3
0% of students
Education Funds
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Funds per Student

$10,279

Source of Educational Funds

Percent of Total Funds
Source: School Measure, Dept. of Education

Funds from Property Taxes

82%
of local funds