Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools is a public school district located in Ashland, NE. It has 889 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 78% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
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Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools Reviews
Ashland-Greenwood Public Schools has some of the best teachers that keep the kids learning at a level that challenges them. They have a commitment to keep the class sizes at a lower, manageable amount for the teachers. In my experience every child is treated as an individual and is known by the administration and the teaching staff. They are all very encouraging to the students in their academics first, and then the extracurricular activities. In high school they offer college dual credit classes that can be transferred to most schools exposing them to how college classes work before they ever get to there. The benefits that my children have received from Ashland-Greenwood is more than education. It is life long friendships with students, coaches, teachers and administration. The school is growing fast these days, I hope they never lose that small community feel that makes this such a wonderful school to be a part of. Go Bluejays!!
I like the small classes, one on one help with students who need help, very helpful, many great advantages and experiences with a variety of sports. Teachers offer additional study time after school and coaches are all about academics coming first. However there needs to be some religion in teaching but it is a public school so a person cannot change that but maybe could offer some more clubs. It would be nice to have home education that would teach sewing, baking, cooking , and other essential duties that are done at home. A club for candle making, wood making crafts, or other hobbies for kids other than electronics to help develop and strengthen the young minds of our future leaders.
Overall, I enjoyed my experience. Everyone knows everyone and for the most part everyone is nice to each other. I wish that there were more extracurriculars besides sports though.