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Kewaunee School District is an above average, public school district located in Kewaunee, WI. It has 953 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 39% in reading.
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Kewaunee School District Reviews
Overall my experience at Kewaunee was very amazing because I found myself a good set of friends that would contribute to my education and my teachers would always be there for me. The staffing at KHS is so amazing, I honestly had the best teachers to go to for personal issues or some kind of course work and they would always help me no matter what in any field from english, math and then science. Any teacher would help me by their best ability and I honestly was so grateful to have the staff I got to grow up with.
Each class will vary on the amount you learn from that given teacher and subject. Almost every subject within our high school has one teacher that does a good job with the curriculum and then you have other teachers who at the end of the day you still do not understand the curriculum. Our new principle however has done an amazing job with the students and helping them along their own road to graduation. He actually met with students who had previous trouble to see what could be changed and wiped their slate clean. There has been an overall change of student to faculty respect with our principle.
When it comes to the science program I feel like the school did not prepare me for college, especially but for chemistry. I feel like I did not learn how to study and I wish I could have been more prepared for my first year of college.