Hamburg School District is a public school district located in Hamburg, AR. It has 2,033 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 44% in reading.
202 East Parker Street
Hamburg, AR 71646
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Hamburg School District Reviews
I would like for Hamburg High School to open there doors for better student involvement. When administration constantly breathes down your neck, it takes the fun out of high school. Taking away our privileges without a thorough explanation causes students to outrage and will push them back from wanting to go to school. This is a minor problem though. Overall the school has GREAT educational programs and is generally receptive of student ideas. This has allowed us to expand as a whole. This is one of the man reasons I love HHS!
I didn't expect much activity from my school because were a small town but dispite that we all got along. Everyone knew everybody and everything was mostly smooth sailing throughout the days. The teachers of the district got along with the students well, the students did their work and did wahat we had to do to graduate. The school wasn’t that big, but that’s a advantage because everybody knew eachother and that’s Communication, isn’t that one of the reasons we students go to school, to interact with eachother? Overall the school wasn’t bad, but things could be improved as in the campus, well that’s just my prospective.
Just like any other school district in the nation you have caring and thoughtful teachers and teachers that don't want to be in the position. For a small school system with a low tax base, the schools and the technology are in pretty good shape. Technology and keeping kids actively engaged is a priority. Teachers and administrators work hard to keep behaviors at a minimal. They have great support for children with social and emotional problems with an active school based therapy program and a social worker on staff. There service to special ed students is also great with caring special ed teachers and a dyslexia therapist to help identify struggling readers.