Buckley High School Gets Bronze Award from U.S. News and World Report

A Northern Michigan high school is being recognized as one of the best in the nation. U.S. News and World Report gave Buckley High School a bronze award. Hundreds of schools across the nation get the recognition. The interim superintendent says it was a surprise, but the school met the criteria. The school has a no-nonsense policy when it comes to homework: everyone finishes every assignment, no exceptions. “We're saying' our teachers do care, our community does care, and we're going to make our kids learn, no matter what,” Todd Kulawiak, Buckley interim superintendent and high school principal, said. The interim superintendent says new technology in the classrooms, like laptops, help students learn. Classrooms also have surround sound speakers, so kids pay closer attention when teachers speak through a microphone. For a list of all the schools in Michigan that recieved this award please click on the link below.