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King William County Public Schools is a public school district located in King William, VA. It has 2,227 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.
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King William County Public Schools Reviews
I had a great 4 years at King William High School. While King William county is rural, it is also diverse and has a small town community feel. Everyone knows each others name and cares for one another. King William High School, though only being a 2A school, gives each and every student a chance to explore and find new activities that they enjoy, whether that be sports, music, art, or S.T.E.M. Personally, I enjoyed taking photography because it was relaxing, allowed me to be creative, and exposed me to the fine arts. I was able to play soccer for 5 years and run cross country for 2 years. Both sports benefited me with great coaching staffs as well as opportunities for teamwork and leadership. Just as importantly, King William High School prepared me academically for college. I had the support and guidance of many great teachers. I was able to take both dual enrollment and advanced placement courses, that would in turn, help prepare me for an engineering major at Virginia Tech.
My experience at King William High School was unforgettable. I made friendships that I know will last a lifetime. King William has a small rural atmosphere, which truly makes me feel at home. The class sizes at King William High School are compact, meaning I have had the same individuals in my classes since kindergarten. My classmates and I have sincerely formed an unbreakable bond and I am sad to see our high school years come to an end. The small atmosphere also gave me the opportunity to develop strong relationships with every single one of my teachers. The close knit relationships I have formed at King William have been enjoyable, but there also is a downside to the familiarity of the community. The only reason I am looking forward to leaving King William High School is the gossip that comes with a small town setting. I am proud to call King William my home and claim the high school as my own, however, I am ready to experience the world outside of my small rural county.
I have had a wonderful 4 years at KWHS and will miss the teachers and my basketball coach. It was challenging at times. Many things have changed over the years, some good and others not, but it helped us grow and become prepared for moving into the future!