Conrad Weiser Area School District is an above average, public school district located in Robesonia, PA. It has 2,688 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 48% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
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Conrad Weiser Area School District Reviews
This school really focuses on mental health. I feel as if this is something not that many schools do. There are many special education teachers that not only help out disabled children, they also help students suffering from extreme stress, anxiety, and depression. I think this is unique and amazing to have at a school. Most students get bad grades because of their bad mental health and I feel as if, if more schools had places where students could relax and de-stress, test scores would go up and everyone would enjoy coming to school more.
Conrad Weiser School District provides a lot of options for a wide range of students. The facilities and faculty members that provide for the students try their best to reach the wide range of students that Conrad Weiser has. The sports that are offered are most sports you would see at any school, and are fairly average in terms of competitiveness. The student body as a whole is very diverse and there is a overall large student class size. The school environment is very exciting turning celebrations, pep rallies, and football games. Overall Conrad Weiser Area School District has provided me with a through education and the ability to pursue interests and passions in ways that are fun and interesting.
It was a really great school and I am glad that I graduated from this school. The academics and the curriculum were unusual at first, but then it became one of the best I have had. Like all public schools the food was terrible, but the school more than made up for it through the activities and fun events through out the school year. Clubs included math clubs, bio research clubs, agriculture club, christian clubs, and these are just a few of the clubs available. The school competed in a lot of activities such as sports championships and milk judging competitions to even research competitions. The people such as the staff and the students alike were nice and were very open to new ideas and receptive to change and improvement. Overall the school with the teachers and the other staff like the counselling and administration and the students were an important of my student life and has helped me become the very person that I am today.