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Kennett Consolidated School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Kennett Square, PA. It has 4,145 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 70% in reading.
Kennett Consolidated School District Rankings
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Kennett Consolidated School District Reviews
Personally, I am a fan of the minimal number of schools in the district because it increases the unity in our school community. Students are able to grow up together once they cumulatively enter middle school, and they continue their journey together throughout high schools. All schools in the district have excellent and distinguishable teachers who go above and beyond to provide their students with the best education possible and prepare them to take more rigorous courses. The administration is very welcoming of new ideas to benefit the students, which can be seen by the changes that have occurred over the past years. All of the buildings provide the children and staff with a safe environment. The district is also very well-rounded, paying equal attention to academics, sports, and activities. Overall, Kennett Consolidated School District truly prepares all students to head on to college or the workforce, having developed their character and determination to succeed.
Kennett High School is definitely a five star because I had an excellent high school experience! I always felt safe and cared for at Kennett. Also I think that I have gotten a lot out of my education. Anyone that chooses to make the most of their education can definitely this at Kennett High School.
When I started off in freshman year it was a really scary place. I would see it as a huge place with lots of unknown faces. It was horrible. Then as the school year went on I started making more and more friends. Then sophomore year was a piece of cake. Junior year is when things started to kick off though. It was time to turn in my graduation project. It's a project that requires 40 community hours and easy credits. We would have to present it two randomly assigned teacher. It was a PowerPoint of the major and career of our choosing. I didn't know the teachers but I made it through. Besides that, junior year is when I started getting more involve in school activities. I started lifting with the school football team and staying after school for academic clubs. Now I'm in my senior year and things are going really well. Classes are always challenging and that's how I chose them. I like to be challenged specially with the great teachers that we have.