Englewood Schools is a public school district located in Englewood, CO. It has 2,775 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 16% of students are at least proficient in math and 25% in reading.
Englewood Schools Rankings
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Englewood Schools Reviews
I believe the academic side of Englewood Schools District is very well. So maybe giving only three stars is not giving the District enough credit. But academic performance won't matter if there isn't a good social/emotional side to it. In my experience, I haven't had any bullying occur to me much, and I can handle myself anyways but its been going around with other students. Not only that but there are girls left and right wearing crop tops and short shorts and not being told to change. But if I were to wear a crop top that barely shows anything, the staff flip over it. I've seen guys sag and wear muscle shirts and take off their shirts while in the gym or outside. The only thing this school does well at, Is teaching kids but even at that, most classes go too fast or too slow without a care for the kids who can't keep up or the ones who are far ahead. Now I changed it to two stars.
As much as most students "hate" high school overall I could say to wasn't that bad. I learned a lot over the years, good and bad. I really liked the new campus that was built. I also like the fact that Englewood Schools provided everyone with an iPad to help improve. One thing I think they should really change is the administration and the teachers. In the last 4 years I have been going to englewood they had a huge problem with keeping the teachers longer then a year.
My experience towards my second and last years of high school, were much more enjoyable than middle school where I was unjustly expelled. I went to both the regular and alternative high school as well as took concurrent enrollment classes at Arapahoe Community College. I thrived in sports and had an enjoyable rest of my school career there. Colorado's Finest is another alternative school which I want to give BIG props to. They have amazing real-life studies for student's and are flexible with different circumstances- like working.