Exeter Township School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Reading, PA. It has 3,933 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 49% of students are at least proficient in math and 70% in reading.
Exeter Township School District Rankings
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Exeter Township School District Reviews
Exeter is a very good school. Exeter offers many science and technology education classes. Exeter offers metal shop, wood shop, introduction to engineering, and photography. These classes allow students that have an intrest in engineeering and design to get basic knowledge in the skills needed in order to pursue a career in engeneering. Exeter also offers many science courses like chemistry, biology, earth and space science and physics. I have taken advantage of the science courses Exeter has provided to get the basics needed in order to pursue my goal of becoming a nurse.
I think overall Exeter Township School District is a good school district to graduate from. The atmosphere of learning is engaging. There are certain teachers at Exeter Township who strive to teach their students to the highest quality, keep them interested in what they are learning about, and care and take time and put effort towards getting to know each student and make accommodations depending on how each student learns best. Although the majority of teachers I have had at Exeter have been exceptional, there are a few that come to mind that are not up to par. I've had run ins with teachers who talk bad and gossip about their students in front of them and do not teach to the highest quality. I also feel the Exeter staff lacks of diversity. Exeter also funds an exceptional amount of money towards the football team while lacking in spending money towards art and music programs as well as other sports.
Exeter is a very good district to raise children in. There are plentiful activities for them to participate in, inside and outside of the school system. The community is full of caring parents, students, and individuals, and the opportunities for fundraising, like Mini-THON, are well supported to people's best ability within the small area. Freedom is given within the school system and really makes for people to gain independence before heading into college years or into the military or workforce.