Evansville Community School District is an above average, public school district located in Evansville, WI. It has 1,849 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
340 Fair St
Evansville, WI 53536
Elementary Schools in Evansville Community School District
Niche users from this school district are most interested in the following colleges.
- A+62 Students
- B24 Students
- A+22 Students
- A-22 Students
- B+22 Students
- B+21 Students
- B15 Students
- C+13 Students
- B11 Students
- B+10 Students
Evansville Community School District Reviews
The experience that I have had with with Evansville Community School District was enjoyable. When I was young I was involved in almost everything, from soccer to piano lessons. My level of involvement continued throughout my childhood, by my senior year I was one of the two student school board representatives. This has provided me with a very interesting viewpoint of the school district. Yet, I still enjoyed other activities like: FBLA, Student Council, NHS. All while obtaining strong athletic and drama programs. In contrast, there are some aspects of our school district that I believe could be improved. In my opinion, I believe that our knowledge on college could be improved. By the time many students are seniors they don’t know the classes they needed to be taking in order to be admitted into the certain programs they need to be. Overall, I think the Evansville Community School District does an outstanding job of creating opportunities for the learning and growth for all ages.
I like that most of the teachers at evansville high school are very easy to talk to and they want you to succeed. Although there are some things i would like to change about the evansville school that i would like to see change. Sense the beginning of my high school career, i have went on a total of 4 trips, and some not so big. I feel as though many kids in the district learn better when they are doing hands on activities and or see a figure or picture to remind them of what they are learning about so that they can relate it back. I feel as though to raise our high school's scores we should offer more trips and more new and fun experiences for kids our age trying to decide what field we would like to take.
It used to be better, now I am afraid they are not preparing kids for their futures. The administration has placed more and more rules and regulations on the kids that is causing more and more retaliation in the student body.