Ipswich Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Ipswich, MA. It has 1,789 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 66% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
Ipswich Public Schools Rankings
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Ipswich Public Schools Reviews
In Ipswich, though it is a small town, we gave two elementary schools which nice adults the opportunity to create relationships with students. Staff are knowledgeable and caring. The middle school and high school are in one larger building and share some resources. The middle school creates clusters to make the school smaller and more structured for middle schoolers entering a larger school for the first time and also while they are undergoing many social and emotional changes. There is increasing diversity in the schools, and some English language learners land here but there is room for much more.
Ipswich Public Schools have wonderful teachers who care about their students’ success and well being. There is an amazing arts program and students are encouraged to participate in all activities (music, art, sports,etc).
I enjoyed that Ipswich Public Schools encouraged students to be a part of the arts. I was a part of concert band and wind ensemble, and I believe that a reason for my academic success was that I had access to things like music during my time there. the music and arts programs allowed students to express themselves, and escape the stress that they may have been facing from other classes. I also enjoyed that this school district offered students numerous opportunities to serve the town of Ipswich. I was a part of the environmental club which was actually able to persuade Ipswich to eliminate plastic bags from the checkout department of stores. The fact that current students were encouraged to make such a substantial difference in their town, was pretty incredible.