Stockbridge Junior/Senior High School enrolls more than 570 students in grades 7-12. The school aims to create rigorous and relevant educational experiences for all students by establishing positive relationships and effective communication with all stakeholders in its educational community. Stockbridge offers a variety of athletic and club opportunities for students.
The school’s student-teacher ratio is 20:1, and their mascot is the Panther.
Stockbridge, Michigan is located in the southeast corner of Ingham County. The village is home to about 1,260 residents, with another thousand or so living in the surrounding township. The community is characterized by an agricultural past, and several large scale family farms still exist just outside the village.
About 15 miles to the north, Webberville High School enrolls about 180 students. Through academic, athletic, and extracurricular activities, the school follows four main core values: respect, integrity, communication, and dedication.
Webberville’s school’s student-teacher ratio is 17:1, and their mascot is the Spartan.
Webberville, Michigan is located in eastern Ingham County, east of Lansing. The village has approximately 1,500 residents, which creates a small-town atmosphere.