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Enumclaw School District is an above average, public school district located in Enumclaw, WA. It has 4,183 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.
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Enumclaw School District Reviews
Enumclaw's a great place, there's a teacher for each learning type! From those who can't focus, to those who feel compelled to have straight A grades. There is a great program in place for fine arts, preformance arts, and CTE classes. The core classes are very hands on, and students often times have options on what they take that is still a subcategory of the main core class. As for the construction of the High school, it is designed after a community college, giving it a calm, and mature feel for the upperclassmen. Unfortunately, as for incoming freshmen, they're not used to it as the middle schools revolve primarily around the younger students. The students and staff of Enumclaw are very respectful to one another, making the school district a community.
I have enjoyed all the years of education I have received at Enumclaw School District beginning from kindergarten to my senior year 2020! Although we are all going through a very different graduating year, Enumclaw has done an exceptional job keeping us seniors included and celebrated. I am proud to be a part of the Enumclaw educational system and community! I am prepared to begin my BSN program fall 2020 at Pacific Lutheran University in WA.
ESD does nothing to encourage students to excel. The attitude of the admin is to ignore anything bad. They do not try to lift students up, they bring everyone down to the lowest common denominator. My honor roll daughter could not get into Washington State Univ without taking a private math class because ESD did not teach basic college entry math. Financial management is horrible. They pass a huge levy to build a new elementary and add on to the high school. No review was done on the bid and so the high school add-on could not be completed to what they sold to the voters. The school board in its push to get more students gave away $54M to a developer that they didn't have to give away. Class sizes average 25-30 students per teacher. I volunteered at the schools and 70% of the teachers are just there to collect a paycheck and outrageous benefits. They don't teach, they pass out assignments and tell the students to google the answers. Not enough room to fully express my displeasure.