Chequamegon School District is a public school district located in Park Falls, WI. It has 709 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 37% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
420 9th St N
Park Falls, WI 54552
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Chequamegon School District Reviews
I like Chequamegon for the academics that is offered. However, I feel that there are a few teachers who can develop their courses better. The school offers amazing food and has a great staff. However, there are signs of bias in a few teachers. The school offers many resources from the expansive library, the IT room where students can communicate to professors, and the affiliations with both University of Wisconsin and NTC. The school is small hosting around 200 students and has a more experimental foundation. To elaborate, Chequamegon incorporated the Laude system into graduation. The school has also implemented new security tactics to prevent school shootings. It seems to be a good method. Chequamegon is a nice school that offers students extensions in order to grasp material that is needed for that students future. However, there are flaws. If you are not worried about biasment and a couple of teachers who lack caring for teaching, then this school is the right school for you.
The Chequamegon School District is a great school. It is a small school, but that means everyone knows each other and for the most part everyone gets along fairly well. Some of the teachers here are the best I could ask for. They really know how to educate and get their students excited and focus on what they are learning, which leads to not only a better experience, but better knowledge of the subject. I would like to change one thing, however. I would like the students to be more involved in decisions that effect them, like switching to block schedule, graduation, and more.
My experience attending Chequamegon High School has not been the greatest. The administration has not always been the most friendly. I feel very unprepared in mathematics, while the school covers up the fact the teachers are not doing their jobs proficiently. I have two teachers who I consider outstanding. I still remember the information they have taught me, and I consider myself lucky to have been taught by them. My strongest subject is science.