Media Arts Communication Academy (MACA)
McMinnville, OR 97128
About This School
In 2011, Media Arts Communication Academy (MACA) had 22 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Oregon average is 20 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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District Spending (2010)
Grade 10 Science Performance
Media Arts Communication Academy (MACA) Reviews
Seriously MACA is the best school I have ever seen.
This was probably the worst school to be a part of as a community. I never could relate to the odd students that filled the halls. And most of the teachers were either unorganized or just plain uneducated. I regret attended and am incredibly happy I left.
Here at MACA, we find ourselves through people we wouldnt expect. MACA is truly like a family.
MACA is an amazing school I started there just a few days ago and as soon as I walked in the door I could tell I would like it and so far I have no reason not too. This year MACA ws turned in t oa pathway instead of a full high school, this is a shame. MACA was and is a better school than MHS by far.
this is a great little school it is to bad that in this reccession money is so tight that they had to let some teachers go.
i am a student at MACA. i have been there the first three years, and plan on finishing my last year there. i have seen the up's and down's about this school. at one point in the first two years i would of said consider going here. that was before i understood what they were offering. i have learned and experienced hands on work through this school. it is said in our everyday sighing, ECHO. explore, create, honor, and own.
if you explore your learning and go out side your learning zone, will find that there is a lot to offer here at MACA. if you like a school with a low population and a one on one staff, i highly recomend the media arts and communicartions academy.
Single star, if that. Think carefully and consider whether this school fits the need of your child. If your child is a just looking for a smaller school setting reconsider before you choose MACA.