Kane Area School District is an above average, public school district located in Kane, PA. It has 1,175 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
400 W Hemlock Avenue
Kane, PA 16735
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Kane Area School District Reviews
My overall experience in my School District has been positive. I believe that due to the size and the location it is hard to have a larger elective selection in classes. I felt comfortable in my class sizes, but being a smaller school the population didn't change much from Kindergarten to High School. The teachers are all friendly, but due to it's size I believe that they are sometimes spread thin and we may not have all of the other offerings a larger district my be able to provide.
As a former student at Kane Area High School, it is not, by any means, a prestigious school, but it is very connected and friendly. The teachers personally know almost all of their students and their families. As the content of what is taught is limited compared to other schools, it is taught well and the teachers know what they are talking about and it shows in the way they teach. Almost all of the students are friends with everyone and can trust the teachers with things they are unable to tell others, which is very important in today's society.
There were many things to love about my small town high school. Our athletic programs were amazing and always strongly supported by the community. The teachers were warm and approachable. Our administration was very involved in each students academic journey. I have many fond memories when I think back to the staff and students. We were a small school, we didn't always have all the resources or opportunities that bigger schools had, but we did have community. I knew everyone in my graduating class, I knew all the teachers, and they all knew me. I always felt safe and protected at school. All in all I woudn't trade my high school experience of any other.