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Hampton Township School District is a top rated, public school district located in Allison Park, PA. It has 2,798 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 75% of students are at least proficient in math and 87% in reading.
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Hampton Township School District Reviews
After thirteen years (K-12) at Hampton, I can say that it was an all around great place to learn and prepare for college. Low population and therefore low enrollment leads to a very friendly and personable school environment. Each grade level's curriculum rolls nicely into the following year. Both the drama and STEM departments receive awards year to year. Most students at Hampton High participate in at least one sport ranging from football or basketball to ultimate frisbee or bowling. The only downfall at Hampton is the lack of emphasis on the wide array of post-secondary options. Hampton administration likes to stress the importance of college and this led a few friends of mine to feel left out and looked down upon because of their choices after high school. Otherwise, Hampton is a wonderful place to spend primary and secondary years of school.
I had a great experience at Hampton. I was always respected by the staff and other students and felt that I got a great education here. I made life long friends and collected knowledge that I will keep with me for the rest of my life. I was involved in sports and clubs which got great funding and allowed us to represent our school. I was prepared for college through the academics and felt very college ready as I began at the University of Pittsburgh after graduating from Hampton. When I look back at my high school experience, I am always reminded of a happy time and good memories.
My experience at Hampton High School was overall very positive. After completing my first year of college, I feel that Hampton has sufficiently prepared me for college-level academics. My writing is at the level, if not above, what is expected from my professors. Also the rigor of the honors and AP classes available at Hampton have prepared me well for the level of intensity my college classes have been. If I had to find anything negative, diversity within student body is low. Also, some teachers may pick obvious favorites and treat other student unfairly. That being said, I also have had multiple teachers in Hampton that I truly loved and hope to keep in touch with throughout my entire academic career. It is obvious that this school district breeds intelligent, successful students and other schools and universities are aware of this.