About This School
Magnet schools are public schools that offer a specialized curriculum or educational philosophy, often with a specific focus or theme. Magnet schools promote student diversity because they are open to students outside the normal school district boundaries and often attract high caliber students through competitive programs. See Saginaw Preparatory Academy's test results to learn more about school performance.
In 2011, Saginaw Preparatory Academy had 18 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Michigan average is 18 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Saginaw Preparatory Academy Reviews
Saginaw Prepartory Academy is a great school for all kids my age and younger than my age. This school give students a chance to become something in life. The principal Ms. Jones does her absolute best for her students (or her babies as she likes to call it) and the teachers do their best as well to teach all the students what they need to know for the next grade level.
I love Saginaw Prep, My kids has attended there since kindergarten.. All the teachers are really sweet and concerned.. I love Ms. Jones she really cares about the students, nobody feels out of place everyone there is just like family... This will be my daughter last year there, i wish they went up to the 12th grade... Keep up the excellent work Saginaw Prep!!!!!!!!
My first grade teacher was Mrs. R and she taught me to believe in myself. I repeated her grade because I had trouble with my reading. When my family moved I had to leave in the 5th grade. I want to go back for 7th grade.
School is a safe and students are treated well. The school focuses on academics, while mixing in fun. School leader and assistant take the to talk to you and help with any concerns.
I taught at this school and it is very lacking in discipline. Could be a great school, but there is very little support from principal for teachers dealing with students who act out consistently. Too bad that the principal's own grandson is constantly in trouble, but is not held accountable for his actions. Letting his actions go only trickles down to the rest of the ill-behaved students.
i LOVE THIS SCHOOL. IT IS LIKE BEING WITH FAMILY, THE PRINCIPAL IS VERY GOOD WITH HER STUDENTS REMINDS ME OF A PRICIPAL I HAD WHEN I WAS IN SCHOOL, NICE TEACHERS AND THEY ARE ALWAYS WILLING TO TALK TO YOU IF YOUR CHILD IS LACKIN IN SOMETHING AND THEY HELP THEM OUT. I JUST LOVE SAGINAW PREP.