Elementary Schools in Kimberly Area School District
Middle Schools in Kimberly Area School District
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- A+152 Students
- B84 Students
- B+82 Students
- A+63 Students
- A-60 Students
- B+56 Students
- A-53 Students
- B+48 Students
- A46 Students
- B-38 Students
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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.
My experience at Kimberly High School has been nothing short of amazing. Every single teacher that I have crossed paths with at Kimberly sincerely cares about each and every single one of their students. The teachers stay hours after school to work with kids and help them succeed in all of their classes. The thing I love most about Kimberly is how there is a place for everyone at the school. There are countless amounts of clubs. The abundance of clubs is put in place to ensure that every student feels welcomed at KHS. Beyond just academics and clubs, Kimberly thrives in sports as well. Kimberly is a D1 school that has earned countless state titles in all sports. Currently, the football team at Kimberly has gone 4 years without a loss, and are going for their 5th this year. Kimberly succeeds at being an exceptional school in every way possible, and will always hold a special place in my heart.
It is heavily focused on students in sports. Those in the arts, or who do not participate in sports are treated entirely differently, whether it be in the classroom, in the office, or on the streets of the community. Students who are in sports are treated with a 'special' status. If they 'break the rules', it's overlooked. If they need 'special' treatment, teachers and faculty give it to them without second guessing. For the rest of us, we were seen as 'average' and 'under-achieving'. Also, there is almost no Guidance. If you need help, you're given some excuse for 'help', and sent on your way.