Kewaskum School District is a public school district located in Kewaskum, WI. It has 1,847 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
1675 Reigle Dr
Kewaskum, WI 53040
Kewaskum School District Rankings
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Kewaskum School District Reviews
The Kewasksum School District is an incredible place to send your children to learn. Teachers there are passionate, dedicated and make a constant effort to involve all the students. The small size of the district allows for the teachers to create personal relationships with their students, as well as allowing the students to develop incredibly close friendships with each other.
Kewaskum High School has a great atmosphere, and is a great place to receive your high school education at. There are some truly amazing teachers at our school, and they help your education journey continue smoothly. The recent referendum has vastly improved what the school looks like, and now it's so friendly and nice to walk around in and learn.
Kewaskum is a small school with up to date sports facilities. The football field is kept in very good condition as is the equipment in the school gym. The art equipment is also very well maintained. The school high school also has a very nice school theatre. But the student body isn't very diverse. Kewaskum is a small town surrounded by farms and most of the students are white. On rare occasions the few minority students that attend the school have been bullied due to their differences, which, though it happens in most schools, is still not acceptable. This detracts from the overall culture and atmosphere. Academically, I feel the success of the students is determined more by their willingness to conform to the school's culture and individual teacher's rigid procedure than their ability to prove their knowledge.