Harrington School District is a public school district located in Harrington, WA. It has 112 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1. According to state test scores, 37% of students are at least proficient in math and 47% in reading.
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Harrington School District Reviews
Harrington High school has been my lifesaver. It is so small that we get so much help from our teachers and our learning curriculum is personalized to every student. I am from a class of eight people total and we all learn completely different! Our teachers are always looking out for our best interest and doing their very best to give us students the best opportunities. One thing that I would like to change is to find a way to give the students more class options although we are a small school because there are so many different career interests among our students.
What I like about my high school was being able to interact with my teachers and peers through school activities,assemblies and more. In Harrington the community treats everybody like family and will help anyone especially students, to succeed throughout high school. Having the advantage of growing up in a small town and going to a small school helps students grow socially with school activities,academics, and being involved with the community. What I like to see change in Harrington high school is to see more high schoolers applying for scholarships to help them with college payments. Another change would be to see the school invite other schools to school for a visit so that they can get an idea of how small we are and how they can take something away from the visit from the school and we xouls do the same.
The school it self is wonderful-it has free food, doesn’t track absences, and even has a pool. The teachers are great and the principal was amazing, but he recently left us to become a counselor at another school. What I would like to change is that the school had to cut our band program due to having to hire a new elementary teacher because they had to many students. They did not have the government funding for the amount of teachers they needed, so they had to make our band teacher retire, and I, personally, had started taking private lessons on the cello just so I could feel good enough to play in the band, but I have no band to play for anymore. My modevation is, for the most part, gone because that is the reason I wanted to play the cello in the first place. The school has told us and our parents to contact our states officials, but even with our efforts, none of us have heard back and we have no hope of having band next year, or for all we know, for quite a long time.