Exeter-West Greenwich Regional School District Reviews
Rating 4.16 out of 5 31 reviews
Schools are beautiful, the teachers are amazing, the community is involved. If you ever need any extra help in school, the teachers will spend time after school to make sure you understand the concepts. I have been impressed with this school system since elementary school. I highly recommend the Exeter-West Greenwich school district.
My experience at EWG was very good all the years I have been attending there. Most of the people are very nice and I have become friends with them over the course of my years there. I have made new friendships and lost old ones. I liked how everyone is involved with something there whether its a sport or drama or other clubs.
Exeter-West Greenwich (or EWG) is a small, tight-nit community that emphasizes education and the well-being of all students. EWG is a top 10 district in the State of Rhode Island, and many students have graduated from this district and experienced great success. Each teacher and administrator prepares all students for college, and/or other post-secondary plans. I would recommend this district to any parent who wants their student to achieve success while being in a safe and caring environment.
All around a great school, especially for those in the arts. There is definitely a lack of diversity though. Teachers always do their best, and the school feels safe. Prepares students for college well.
I enjoy the environment however the school itself could be improved. The majority of the teachers are excellent meanwhile the resources at the school could be improved.
It is a great school in the middle of the woods of Exeter and West Greenwich. Great academics, teachers, and art classes.
My overall experience with the high School has been excellent. The teachers, academics and sports has been great for all four years. The competitiveness has been great with a great group of students who all work together and not as individuals or cliques.
EWG was a good school. It prepared me well for college. Nothing really stands out. It was pretty much what should be expected from a small suburban high school. The facilities of the school could be improved. Just the less expensive stuff would make a pretty substantial difference. I think the teachers there care and that's what makes the school better than other ones. I don't think administration realizes it, but the students that go to EWG are good students and they make the school more successful than I believe an average group of students would make it.
EWG is a very small high school. There is very little diversity among students and teachers. Some of the teachers are great and really helpful, others not so much. The schools sports teams have declined over the years, and there is little involvement in clubs and activities. The facilities are overall good but the parking lots are very small with limited spaces.
There are so many teachers that students recognize often as "bad teachers" Normally good students struggle in their classes. It happens too often and the school does not care. I personally do not take some classes because the teacher is recognized as a bad teacher.
I’m still in the district, and I will say we have a mostly good way of teaching kids. But the technicalities are all wrong, guidance not doing their job, vaping issues, the school isn’t exactly creative or fun and no special treatment for students with mental disorders. Very dissatisfying and hard learning environment, it’s such a gamble with teachers too and we have an equal amount of kids who fail to those who get high honors.
I am very pleased with the very close community that is displayed at Exeter West Greenwich Regional School District. All the faculty is positive and supportive to others and makes the district a better place. Throughout my years being involved in this district I have seen numerous student go through the system and thrive coming out well rounded adults ready to take on the life in front of them. Even though there is a very good system their is always room for improvements, so I would recommend that they try to incorporate more AP classes into the system along with classes that can help kids get jobs that do not wish to go to collage after their high school years.
My school is filled with some of the most caring and kind teachers, students, and administrators. Around every corner is a smiling face, and in every classroom, students can find a kind-hearted teacher ready to help with anything. Whether a student is having a problem in school or outside of school, or even if they just need somebody to talk to, there is always a student or teacher that is willing to help them out. I am proud to be apart of such a close-knit community. In such a small district, the sense of community is amazing, and families will not hesitate to help each other out. At EWG, our core values are very important, and there is a huge emphasis on being kind to others.
This is a pretty good school. The campus needs improvement and refurbishment. The bathrooms are outdated and the school is generally outdated and dirty. The student body is generally involved but it is not diverse. The very small student body leads to a clique culture. Academics are good. Teachers generally care a lot about students.
I was very involved in the school and they encourage that for the most part, which is good. It is a very small school so you get to know everyone extremely quickly. There aren't too many teachers, and the parents tend to be involved.
Its a fine school, but very small. The small student population makes it so there are fewer clubs and class offerings. Only the basic classes are offered. because there are not enough students to do cool stuff. Also, the school itself is tiny. The hallways are only 4 people wide.
Most of the teachers here are really motivated about their jobs and the facilities are excellent. Block scheduling makes the scheduling tough but overall the variety of classes is good.