Everett Area School District is an above average, public school district located in Everett, PA. It has 1,304 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 49% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
427 E South St
Everett, PA 15537
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Everett Area School District Reviews
My experience at Everett Area School District has been one of the best in my life. It is a small school in a small safe town. You get to know everyone and everyone knows you. Everett's school facility is the best in the district since we just rebuilt a few years ago. Teachers and staff at Everett are some of the most compassionate people you could ever meet, all eager to help you in any way they can. Athletics at Everett are amazing. We may be a small school but we have tons of talent. I am fortunate enough to be on the girls basketball team, one of the most successful sports teams in school history. As my days at Everett High come to an end, I am trying to cherish and make the most of them.
Everett Area School District is a good school system for my children. They have gone there since kindergarten. The teachers are kind, caring, and intelligent individuals. The sports teams could use some improvement with coaching. I believe that older students should be given the chance to play as much if not more than the underclassmen. The school board does not always take parent's concerns into consideration. Recently, a parent was concerned about where this year's prom is going to be held. The board would not even consider the parent's concern. Decision was final.
I think it's good how involved the teachers and faculty try to be involved in the students lives. There is a lot of support for any student that goes through these buildings. However, the academics are slightly behind, as we don't offer many AP courses and students can't really pick that many different options for their schedule.