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Clover Park School District is a public school district located in Lakewood, WA. It has 12,650 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
10903 Gravelly Lake Dr SW
Lakewood, WA 98499
(253) 583-5190

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$19,782/ student
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Clover Park School District Reviews

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Plenty of AP courses. However, elementary classes were not being accommodating with special needs, teachers are understanding at middle school and above. Often good relationships between student, and teacher, some teachers, are not understanding of students, and are often easily agitated, and high strung. A wide variety of activities, many sports across all schools. Many classes to aid one in college, including AP courses, courses with college credit, etc. Always at least one police officer on campus, however, does not prevent fights. Staff is responsive, and reliable. However, during application to Harrison Prep, staff was unresponsive. Bathrooms are fine, often found dirty, clogged, and foul. Water pressure and temperature of sink is inconsistent. Trash cans often overflow. CPSD is a fine school district in my experience, the academics, as well as sports, and administration, are high quality. The facilities, and elementary are the two biggest issues, especially with special needs.
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As diverse as it is and the good people around it make it a more friendly and easier to be successful. Clover Park school district try as hard to get all students to graduate or be successful in all they do. The principal always motivates you as you walk into the school as he says, "finish strong it will be worth your life and you will remember the struggle."The school board try their best to listen to us and if it is impossible they explain why. Sometimes may be the funds are low.An example of such an incident is granting
scholarships to the less fortunate but do their in their school work.Sometimes is they cannot do anything because it is a state law.Safety is key to our success which makes people more comfortable in their learning environments.
When you enter any of Clover Park School District's schools, especially Clover Park High School, the first thing you would see is how diverse the crowd is. You can see the administrator conversating with the students, saying hello as they pass. There is security around the school, they watch for anything that could go wrong. Teachers are always willing to help. College Readiness is an issue. I believe that they should incorporate college readiness in advisory. Not many parents are involved with their children's school or even their learning. They should have events where parents are required to come and support their child. One last problem I have with the school is the freedom of speech. They limit the way we express ourselves. From the way we wear our clothes to how we are not allowed to design our caps for graduation. We should be allowed this freedom.It makes school more fun and exciting, especially when we are expressing ourselves in a creative way.