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- Resources & FacilitiesC+
Colville School District is an above average, public school district located in Colville, WA. It has 1,844 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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Colville School District Reviews
As a 12 year senior I can confirm Colville School District is one of the best environments to learn and grow. Students begin from a young age being taught the importance of having good character and to be ambitious. In high school, the adventures extend out to multiple countries across the globe. However the ability to travel and be diverse isn’t the only expertise of the school. Colville Senior High school boasts multiple state champs, with a handful of individuals every year as well as one or two State Champion teams. With plentiful clubs, AP and honors classes offered as well, Colville is one of the best schools around. However, as a result of being a small town school, Colville School District struggles to support their students financially. Yet, with hard work and determination athletes and clubs members alike often rally the town to support all youngsters in their ambitions dreams.
I like how much teacher support there was. I also appreciated the low amount of billing there was. If there was any cases of bullying it was dealt with right away. I also appreciated the variety of electives such as welding, carpentry, art, drawing, band, and foods. I also enjoyed all the clubs at Colville high school. They have drama, interact, key, rocket, gaming, squestrian and FFA. Something I wish the school did differently is that they had a better set up for running start kids. Most of the time they just put them in the cafeteria or the library.
I really liked the many teachers that did want every single student to have the same opportunities to a great future. Sports are highly supported in the school. One thing I did not like is favoritism over certain sports. Another thing that is great is the diverse clubs that are available. There are so many and almost anyone is eligible to become a member. I love the school and location, it is a great spot and the views are incredible. School pride has really boomed this last school year and it makes more events that much more fun.