Hermantown Public School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Hermantown, MN. It has 2,152 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
Hermantown Public School District Rankings
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High Schools in Hermantown Public School District
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Hermantown Public School District Reviews
I was a student at Hermantown High school. During my time there I had an amazing experience. I was a transfer student from another High School in the area and upon arrival to Hermantown I was immediately welcomed into the community. The teachers were great! They were very helpful and understanding when I needed help, and they would spend the time walking me through the questions I had to get to the right answer. From academics to sports to the schools community Hermantown High School is an all around excellent School to have been a part of!
I’ve attended Hermantown Schools for my whole life. The community is amazing. My family has gone through two traumatic events, once when my uncle died and we adopted his two children, and once when my mom passed away. We were so supported and loved through everything. The teachers at Hermantown really care, both about the students and about what they are teaching. I’ve learned a ton in my classes and I feel very ready for college next year. I love Hermantown’s school spirit. Our sporting events are very well attended, and athletes are supportive of other more academic activities. Overall, it’s a fantastic school and I wouldn’t have wanted to grow up elsewhere.
In an attempt to find a school that offered more opportunities, I had an option between the Duluth area schools. To start my high school experience, I chose Hermantown HS. Entering a small, close-knit community as a freshman was a bit nerve wracking. I was very humbled as it was a bit of an uphill battle, having to take the initial criticism of being an outsider.I met my very best friends, who I eat lunch with every single day in the cafeteria of our brand new school, all while talking about college plans, the daily activities the administration has planned for us, or the extra-curriculars going on after school. The area we lack in is diversity, which is solely due to location issues, with a major lack of minorities in the Hermantown area. For what diversity we do have, we are incredibly inclusive with an LGBT club and strict anti-discrimination policies. HHS is an overall comfortable place to be, with all students, staff, and faculty striving to give everyone the best life possible.