Harrisburg School District is an above average, public school district located in Harrisburg, SD. It has 4,176 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
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Harrisburg School District Reviews
The Harrisburg School District is a very generous and proactive district. They have implemented a new "customized learning" option in the high school that allows students to complete coursework with flexibly in pacing, learning ability, and difficulty of coursework. While some criticize the school for the amount of freedoms and difficulties in communication that this program has had, many praise it for the opportunities it has provided students who want to reach their full potential. Overall, my experience with the Harrisburg School District has been a very positive one with an incredibly helpful and comforting staff and an innovation in how high schools are run.
Harrisburg is a great school district to be apart of. I have spent my whole elementary, middle, and high school career in this district and I have loved every part of it. It allows for a small town school feel while still being a large school. The community is amazing and is always around to help people. Every teacher i've had throughout the entirety of my education has been amazing and has helped me in countless ways.
I loved it at Harrisburg! The faculty members were so wonderful! I still go back to visit some of my teachers, the office workers, and Principles. My mom is also a middle school teacher there. They are always so welcoming and were very understanding with the school side of it. They cared more about getting to know you on a personal level than just giving you an education. I am getting my degree in elementary education and this is the school district that I want to work in because of the amazing experience I had as a student. I want my teachers to become my coworkers.