Grandview School District is a public school district located in Grandview, WA. It has 3,734 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
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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.
Ever since I entered Grand view schools it's been a good experience. Most teachers are very helpful but theirs also teachers who don't help as much. The students here all know each other well and obviously everyone is in their own little group. There's a lot of classes we can pick from but in my opinion they should take away most of the classes that we don't need and instead put classes that are very helpful and will prepare us for the future.
What i like about grandview high school would be the teachers, the staff, and how they sometimes have spirit. I would change how they learn or teach they need to be more information.