Fleetwood Area School District is a public school district located in Fleetwood, PA. It has 2,502 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Fleetwood Area School District Reviews
As a recent Fleetwood School District alum, I have been well prepared for college level writing and higher level thinking after having taken their honors English and History classes. The district has become more diverse as I have gotten older, but it is still overwhelmingly white. Due to this the administration has appeared to be ill equipped to address issues in relation to racism and prejudice.
The lack of diversity and and organization in Fleetwood Area Senior High school can only be described as appalling. I wish the admin. would begin to sort its priorities. Their actions seem to be motivated by pride and fear of parental lawsuits, which is not a good combinations for making productive decisions. Racism is ignored and forgiven without much thought, and they spend a lot of their money, in my own opinion, unwisely and go through questionable means of doing it when the town chicken sale isn't enough. The athletics programs and clubs continue to obtain most of the money (despite not earning any notable victories) while the arts programs (music, theatre, visual art) remain standing on wobbly knees (despite the fact that notable students from the music program bring the school various victories as performers).
Fleetwood is slowly improving, but not enough. Overall, the sports teams are lacking, the classrooms are nothing short of depressing, and the social environment is enough to mess with a child's head. But, I guess that's average for a public high school in PA.