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Original article URL: http://bridgemi.com/2015/02/asc-resultspage/
9 February 2015
7 comments from Bridge readers.Add mine!
Vicksburg Community Schools truly care about kids and their future. This is a wonderful school district!
A wonderful learning environment with caring teachers! Big school benefits– Small school environment!
Can confirm. This is an excellent school. I went there 2001-2005.
Hamtramck Academy is number 4! Great work!
Very proud of SASA—#1. We do a lot with a little, and we have great students, great parental support, great staff and faculty.
Jackson High School-striving each day for student success for ALL students! Go Vikings!!
Angell is a great school, but it’s low income are all the kids of parent’s getting their MD, PhD’s or MBA’s at Michigan. Most are from China .
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