Brown Deer School District is an above average, public school district located in Brown Deer, WI. It has 1,614 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 36% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
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Brown Deer School District Reviews
I really enjoyed the Brown Deer School District! Overall a very friendly and welcoming environment and very diverse. The one thing I would change would be to add more of a variety of classes. For example Home Economics would be a very beneficial class to add to the curriculum. The teachers do an excellent job at preparing and teaching the curriculum to their students and getting them perpared for college. The staff are overall very helpful and friendly toward their students. The Administration, while they do work hard, have showned to be a little uninformed on their students and teachers needs. Overall I recommend attending Brown Deer and joining the district.
I attended the Brown Deer School District my entire life and overall it is a good school. I appreciated the diversity of the school and how well it has prepared me for college. I loved the school spirit there and the activities, clubs, and sports that it had to offer. Although there were some staff members that I became close with during my matriculation at Brown Deer, there were others that I was not a fan of. Also, I feel like the math department was very lacking. There were a lot of students who didn't do well in math classes there as a whole.
I like the diversity that the school has about it. Only thing I wish is that the school had more hands on learning especially when it came to the science classes that are there. Like for biology allow the students to go outside and let students observe actual tree rings, or the growth of a plant.