Hortonville Area School District is an above average, public school district located in Hortonville, WI. It has 3,835 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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Hortonville Area School District Reviews
One thing that I truly enjoy about Hortonville is the sense of community. When walking inside of this school, there are so many familiar faces that it is more than easy to feel at home. Finding students like yourself is simple. The wide variety of character that is welcomed is astonishing to not only myself but many others as well. Although this is a strong positive, there is one simple thing about this school district that many despise it for. This would be standards based grading. There is said to be a few positives about this system, but the negatives outweigh them by multitude. The rules and regulations that come along with this grading system do not please the students or much of the faculty.
I love being a student at Hortonville High school! They have great academic variety, school spirit, and also athletics. The people are great and it’s a lovely place to be at.
I really enjoyed how much of an emphasis our schools puts on mental health. We have a very good sources of strength program implemented at our school, which provides students with different areas of their lives where they can look for strength when they need it. Some of these areas include positive friends, mentors, trusted adults, medical access, spirituality, generosity, etc. I was lucky enough to see this program develop and instill a positive atmosphere around our school. Mental health is something very important to me and I value it deeply. One area I think our school needs to improve is controlling our students with substance abuse. I think it is an issue spiraling out of control, and I have seen first hand how substance abuse can grow so quickly and have tragic impacts. I am involved in a club at school, SWAP (Students with a purpose), which strives to inform students about the dangers of drugs and alcohol.