Elementary Schools in Kimberly Area School District
Middle Schools in Kimberly Area School District
Niche users from this school district are most interested in the following colleges.
- A+141 Students
- B75 Students
- B+71 Students
- A+60 Students
- A-55 Students
- B+50 Students
- A-49 Students
- B+44 Students
- A43 Students
- B-33 Students
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Kimberly Area School District Reviews
Review Kimberly Area School District
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.
I really enjoyed my time at kimberly! I was a good kid and was involved with theater and other things as well! You enjoy Kimberly if you follow the rules and are involved, but if you don't follow the rules then you won't have the best time. One thing I would like to see improved is how they handle bullying.
Overall, I have very few complaints about Kimberly High. The teachers are wonderful, helpful people that care about their students. The AP and honor classes provide plenty of challenge to students, but not to the point of being impossible. Students at Kimberly are for the most part very serious about school, college, the future, and extracurricular. They have a tendency to be competitive in sports, but are overall a very compassionate, smart, kind group of kids. The major flaw in the school comes in regards to unequal treatment shown to extracurricular activities. Much of the school funding and support goes to, perhaps predictably, to athletics, namely football. Although this preferential treatment didn't decrease my enjoyment of doing my extracurricular activities, it did make it difficult to have complete support of my school when there was such blatant favoritism shown to athletics when the school and all of its clubs contribute to the school culture and deserve to be noticed.