Fowlerville has a big push to "reduce number of kids with disabilities" this is stated in their Annual Report of Goals on page 6 for year 2013 under acheivements. They are actually proud of theur record according to Dawn Bentley Livingston County Executive Director of Special Ed. They will cut your child or or teens services at any cost, please know it is all about the money with this district at the exspensive of kids with disabilities.
despite the fact that this school had to install security camera's, I still believe this is a great school to send you kids to. even though there were camera's inside the school, my children still enjoyed coming to school everyday. all the staff are very well trained and are were helpful to my children while they were at this school. Great Job teachers, keep up the good work
It's definitely small for the number of students in it. And the Sophomore hallway, where all their lockers are, is a one-way, one-lane street between classes. The lunch food is really good, though. And the electives have a lot to offer, if enough students enroll (like World History and Creative Writing never go through). Classes are getting to be too large. 30 students in an Honors class, for example. But the awesome teachers that appeal to both students and parents (most of the time) deal with that wonderfully. However, I feel that the majority of them in regular classes are teaching to the lower-middle level students. It drives me nuts. Gifted students are not given enough opportunities until Junior year, and then there are only about two Honors courses. The only other option is testing out, which is done over the summer starting at the end of eighth grade.