Hockinson School District is a public school district located in Brush Prairie, WA. It has 1,874 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
17912 NE 159th St
Brush Prairie, WA 98606
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Hockinson School District Reviews
I am really grateful for my time at Hockinson. We are small and close knit school, but accepting of those who join us along the way. I love that all the teachers are supportive, and you can tell that they care about the students. We have an amazing band program that I have been able to be a part of, that truly feels like a second family. I love that as our school is small, everyone is involved in a lot of different things, and you can try something new. The community is an active part of the school. I do wish sometimes there were more class options, but they give us as many as they can again given the size of the school. Although we may not be spirited about everything, we go all out for color wars and football games, which is neat to see. Overall, I have had an amazing high school experience. I have made friends from all grades, learned much, and participated in some amazing activities. Though the school is not perfect, it has helped me become better.
I’ve spent my whole life growing up in a small town called Hockinson. I went to school with most of the same people from kindergarten to senior year. Hockinson School District has good teachers, and it's generally a close community. But the thing is Hockinson is definitely an upper-middle-class school. Everyone always had to have the newest phones and the best clothes, and because of that, I felt like I needed those things. Having a materialistic attitude was all I had known for a long time. During my sophomore and junior year, I had to teach myself that material items aren't the key to happiness.
It's a small school, but that means you become part of a community and that can be really nice and special. And the academics are great. I have really grown as a student and learned so much valuable information that I can take with me to college. However there is not a lot of diversity in the students, as well as the activities, clubs, and classes. Because it's a small school, that also means it's limited.