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Howards Grove School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Howards Grove, WI. It has 907 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 64% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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Howards Grove School District Reviews
I feel that Howards Grove is a community that supports the athletic department. It has several athletic clubs that support the school system. I would like to see the community support the arts in the same way. They always seem to take a back seat. Even though thy just added a beautiful auditorium. I do think that more community advertising the art events, would help. I also like the fact that I could take so many Duel or/and AP classes. Even if I meet the maximum allowed and I have extra school time and If I pay for the course, I can take it on high school time.
I really loved Howards Grove high school. I especially liked how small it was and how I could easily find help with anything I needed. The teachers were very easy to talk to and helped me learn a lot while being in their class. I also like how long the classes were and how we only had 4 classes a day plus lunch. It let me learn the subject and then finish the homework in class, and I could ask questions if I needed to. Next year the school is switching to an 8 class day and I personally wouldn't like that at all. Yes, it lets you take more classes, but you can't double up on classes like math or science and you don't have time to ask questions about the subject.
It gave me personalized help to accommodate my increasing need for new math courses. They also helped me make my own path through the curriculum. I did not like however the small feel of the school where everyone knew everyone else's business.