Fairview School District is a top rated, public school district located in Fairview, PA. It has 1,600 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 83% in reading.
Fairview School District Rankings
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Fairview School District Reviews
I attended and graduated from Fairview High School in 1970. My teachers were some of the best and they helped me really appreciate the sciences and math. Although I was a "C" math student, I was an "A" science student. After graduating, I attended Gannon College as a EE major. I had a very successful career starting as a product engineer, moving up to Manager of New Product Development, Director of Quality Assurance, Vice President of Quality and Information Technology and culminating as VP of Operations. Fairview High made me what I am and instilled the reach for a goal for which I am forever and eternally grateful. Thank you Mr. Vail, Mr. Servey, Mr. Bischoff, Mr. Linkowski, and Mr. Winslow!
My experience at Fairview High School was a blessing. During my time there the school was presented as a National Blue Ribbon School, which says a lot about the hard work and academic strength of the school. I was involved in sports throughout my high school career and the athletics program was fantastic. The teacher to student ratio was fair. Our guidance office has prepared students very well for college life and have especially helped me in finding that perfect college that suites me. All in all Fairview High School is a fantastic school and I will never forget the friends and memories I made there.
I really enjoyed the focus on academics at Fairview. The administration and faculty push heavily for every student to succeed. Teachers are very good on the whole, and sports teams bring many students together. One problem with Fairview is trying to be a perfect school. At times, there is an overabundance of pushing students into STEM fields with little mention for other career paths. On the whole, Fairview is an excellent district, graduating students that have the capacity to be successful in whatever they choose to do.