Frederick County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Winchester, VA. It has 13,338 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 72% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
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Frederick County Public Schools Reviews
Frederick County Public Schools academics are very well! The teachers push the students to achieve in school, and be successful after school as well. The community is very small, so everyone is very close and nice to one another. Sporting events are very lively and school-spirited because of the amount of support from the fans of the town. Frederick County Public Schools is a great student for a student to grow and excel in school.
Frederick County Public Schools provided me with a safe welcoming environment. I liked all aspects of the school, with the exception of a few teachers. There were excellent teachers that cared about their students, and wanted them to succeed. However, as with most schools, there were teachers that did not care how their students performed. I would like to see Frederick County take a more aggressive approach, in terms of handling the sub-par teachers.
I enjoyed my time at a Frederick County school in terms of both academics and social life. Academically, I have always been able to find assistance in pushing myself and better improving my skills in a wide range of subjects. Socially, there were many kind faces among both adults and students. Everyone could find at least one teacher to become close with and build bonds with over the four years, giving an opportunity for students to confide in a friend if needed. There has been some noticeable bias towards certain aspects such as sports, but the overall community is supportive of all.