Grandview School District is a public school district located in Grandview, WA. It has 3,707 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 33% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
913 W 2nd St
Grandview, WA 98930
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- A186 Students
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Grandview School District Reviews
The teachers not to getting fired so often. Not have pizza everyday. I would have liked it if my counselor prepared me better for higher education. The safety at my school was really good because we had police officers coming to our school often and the fence kept students from skipping and kept threats away from the school. The bathrooms could have been cleaned more often. Grandview High school was mostly made up of Hispanics and a few Caucasian. There was honor classes, but i was never in them although i heard from others that they would do the same work as regular classes. In sport programs there was always favorites, so those students would get into varsity regardless of their abilities.
Some things the Grandview School District could change is the way some teachers get treated and to find a better way to have all students arrive to school on time rather than just yelling at everyone walking in the school. Some things I like about it is that the teachers that work at the high school are the same teachers that worked in the middle school, it's good seeing familiar faces around. It's a good place to go to school if you like a town, because everyone pretty much knows each other.
I think Grandview High is a great school, I'm glad I was able to spend my four years of high school there because even though it's a small town there are lots of opportunities and it's very easy to make connections with other students and teachers since it is a small town.