Hortonville Area School District is an above average, public school district located in Hortonville, WI. It has 3,713 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
246 N Olk St
Hortonville, WI 54944
Hortonville Area School District Rankings
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Middle Schools in Hortonville Area School District
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- A+130 Students
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Hortonville Area School District Reviews
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.
Let me start out by saying, not everything at this school is horrible but, alot of it is. The funding and attention for clubs is extremly unequal. While clubs and sports teams like dance club, and deca get the opportunities to travel to Florida to compete, other clubs like social club are left to die off. This is extremely irritating considering that social club is a club for working with the disabled of the school. We practically had to beg to take the kids out on a field trip to teach them about the real world. The dance team is allowed to miss a week of school for Florida where they spend most of their time having fun meanwhile, social club and other amazing club can't even miss one class a month for meeting. To me, this is highly unfair. Another bad thing to add to this schools poor decision, is doing nothing about bullying and sucides. They are reported but, nothing is ever done about them. It feels like no actions are being taken to make the students feel safe.
Although Hortonville is a very nice school to be at, one thing I would like to see changed is the views it pushes towards in the clubs and organizations it has. Most organizations advocated for ideas on the left side with the school activities it does without acknowledging potential right side views.