Kimberly Area School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Combined Locks, WI. It has 5,055 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Kimberly Area School District
Middle Schools in Kimberly Area School District
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Kimberly Area School District Reviews
Overall, Kimberly High School is focused on making its students into better people through a large amount of opportunities. There are countless numbers of clubs! Some are open to any members such as Yearbook Club and Anime Club while others students have to apply for, like National Honor Society and Link Crew. Kimberly offers many AP and Honors courses and has received awards for its challenging classes. The music wing at KHS offers everywhere from musical theatre classes to band and choir classes along with AP Music Theory striving for successful musicians. Sports opportunities are also above and beyond what most schools have. However, sports are usually focused on way more than they should be. The school recently replaced turf on the football/soccer field, and KHS is now home to an indoor sports facility that will open later this year.
Kimberly Area School District is a very progressing District! The teachers expect a lot out of the students there for providing a rich environment in learning. The teachers are also continually making improvements to their own instruction through the district. High expectations are expected from everyone in the Kimberly Area School District community!
Kimberly is a very good school with a high emphasis on academics and sports. This does not deter away from a thriving theater program or cause an absence of art related successes through the year that are nationally recognized either. The courses are preparing students for college in the way they are set up in 90 minute blocks. The sports program is very strong and a great source of pride for not only the school but the community and many generations of alumni. The only downfall of Kimberly is the lack of diversity, not the schools fault though. The city of Appleton and the townships surrounding it are not very diverse but this does not stop minorities from attending the school or having the resources to be welcomed and fit in. Going to Kimberly is a very academically beneficial move in a person's life, no matter what you aim to do, the tools to help you get there will be present. The teachers are attentive and educated to the nines, it is a great place to learn.