Gibraltar Area School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Fish Creek, WI. It has 574 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Gibraltar Area School District Reviews
My experience in the Gibraltar Area School District has been outstanding. At Gibraltar, the teachers and administration do an excellent job at providing the resources and knowledge to succeed, and ultimately strive to prepare their students to succeed in their post-high school education. Gibraltar Area School District is made up of a pretty small community, and even though the district doesn't quite have the diversity of a larger school district, the safety in the district is never a concern. The parents have a close connection to the district and are very involved, whether it is through the support of athletics or the well-being of their children in school. The students are a part of a positive learning environment as well as a school culture that takes pride in their tradition of academic success. Along with academics, the opportunities in athletics and activities at Gibraltar allow the students to have an enriched and well-rounded experience.
I loved the family involvement and one on one attention from faculty. I felt 100% ready to start my college journey. The community is a loving, generous, compassionate community.
I am an exchange student from Vietnam. This is the first time I come to the USA so I have some strange and Wisconsin have many things different from my home country. I am very shy when I first go to school, but the teachers here help me a lots. They are friendly with their students and always try their best to help us. I have just came here for 1 month but I am already feel very comfortable and I am getting used of it. Thanks Gibraltar a lot.