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Canton, MI
Students enrolled: 2,075

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8400 North Beck Road
Canton, MI 48187

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(734) 582-5500
(734) 582-5604
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June 16, 2014
This school does an exceptional job at teaching ALL kids. Perhaps the parents that want more for their kids might want to put some of their own time in helping their kids exceed.

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2014
The district must address the disparity that exists with the minority student population on the campus. The same attention given to one set of students should be given to all. Some teachers, counselors and other administration tend to not be available and not have the time to provide the same level of attention provided others. It is unfortunate that students who witness this disparity have no outlet or resource within the school system to report these experiences. A fear of reprisal or being ridiculed stops the student from expressing this experience, and the belief that nothing will be done closes the door.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2010
Great school, but the traffic light to the entrance to the school is a nightmare if you have to be there for practices, sports or any other event not selected as a reason to change it from "blinking" to a light for the ease of the drives!!!!!!!!! Which is ALL the time!!!!! Call the Board of Education to submit your concerns!!!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2010
I recently graduated from PCEP and am now a student at Michigan State University. Attending PCEP has afforded me many great opportunities and now, being in college, I have realized how lucky I was. When interacting with others in my classes, I find that the education was exceptional at PCEP, this making it easier to strive for success at Michigan State.

- submitted by a student
June 24, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2009
As a former student of Plymouth I know that it is one of the best. The Park might be large but it offers so many courses and such a wide span of class options that I felt prepared and ready for the future. The teachers are amazing and know what they are teaching about and the after school activities are great for making close friends.

- submitted by a student
August 07, 2008
Awesome Great Education. Great Teachers. Lots of kids

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2008
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- submitted by a student
November 24, 2007
This is my daughters first year at Canton. At first we were scared because we thought the school is very large, but they have small learning communities, which keep all the children in groups of 30 together for all the core classes. My daughter has class mates that she sees for all her classes every day. She loves going to school. The challange is appropriate. There is music, science french Adv. English math, its just a nice expierence. You can also find trouble if you want to. Completely upto you.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2007
As a current student, at Plymouth, I disagree with some of the below reviews. I love attending the park and having the support of all the students that attend here. With having such a large school there is not that daily drama, that by the end of the day the whole school knows about. Plymouth is just one of the three high schools at the Park and it is a great fit. People are nice to each other even though we don't know each other. Most of us have figured out by know that every student can be limked to the whole student body within 6 degrees. You can't say that for any other school our size! We are the second largest high school campus in the USA and we should be proud of it!

- submitted by a student
May 21, 2007
These schools are great! There are a lot of students, but instead of that being a negative, it is a strength of the schools. We have the chance to offer classes that most high schools are unable to. For example, we are one of few schools with an anthropology class. In fact, we have two. Also, your children shouldn't feel intimidated by the massive student body. The result of so many kids is that they are sure to find a group that will accept them. Also, you get the chance to meet somebody who you may go to collegge with. These schools do a good job preparing the students for college socially and academically. I highly recommend these schools.

- submitted by a student
January 31, 2006
Plymouth high is a good school from a student's perspective. though the building is rather bland and resembles a correctional facility. Not to mention that our sports teams are horrendus even with a new senior class.

- submitted by a student
September 14, 2005
This is our 4th year at The Park. One daughter at Plymouth High and another at Canton. Our childen love their schools and have had nothing but very positive experiences there. The fact that I really couldn't even come up with one negative remark I feel says something. Although the campus is large, the kids adapt right away. I have found that it is the parents who tend to get more stressed out about this. My 9th grader loved it after her 2nd day. I would highly recommend any of the 3 High Schools.

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2005
This school is horrible. My daughter was removed the second day of it. There are too many students at PCEP. It was unbearable for her to handle. PCEP needs to change

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2005
As a parent I would have to say that the school has to many students. Just last year I have removed my kid from canton schools for this reason. Because the amount of students my child had a hard time and the school was not on top of it .

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2004
I am not actually a parent of a student, but rather a student that graduated from Plymouth-Salem High School. I ended up with a wonderful education and had incredible teachers. My family was in a low income bracket and I spent most of my high school career on food stamps and welfare. I can tell you I was most certainly not treated poorly because we were poor. I highly recommend this school to any parent considering moving to the district. It is somewhat overwhelming at first because the campus is so big. However, when you have that many students you also have an opportunity to offer a variety of classes, taught by competent educators, and great for college preparation.

- submitted by a former student
July 08, 2004
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- submitted by a student
February 12, 2004
Plymouth High School has treated my kids like they were trash. All this because we are poor.

- submitted by a parent

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Plymouth High School
8400 North Beck Road, Canton, MI  48187
(734) 582-5500
Last modified Plymouth High School is a Public school that serves grades 8-12
Plymouth High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 18 reviews. Top