I have had a wonderful experience attending the Elmbrook School District. The district is very inclusive of all kinds of people. The teachers are very helpful, know how to include a student in classroom activities, and can get every student to learn by executing a personalized plan for each pupil.
The biggest problem is the block schedule system. In my opinion, the block schedule proves to be a flawed method. First, many teachers fail to accommodate their lesson plans with the longer class period, causing classes to be 90-minute long lectures, where students usually dull out halfway through. Also, due to the schedule of AP exams, most AP courses are held in the first semester. This adds pressure to students in the second semester, as we have to study for our second-semester classes as well as review AP courses for four months.
Nevertheless, the Elmbrook School District proves to be a very strong district... one that is dedicated to the development and well-being of their students.