King William County Public Schools is a public school district located in King William, VA. It has 2,199 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 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 loved the opportunities that I had at King William County Public Schools. With the chance to attend the Chesapeake Bay Governor's School, I was able to earn an Associates Degree at the same time that I graduated high school, which lightened my college load tremendously. I also love the new administration at the high school. They have really helped raise the school spirit. I wish we had a greater diversity at this public school (mostly White); however, I am not sure how this could change given the current county demographics. I would like to see an auditorium to help build the arts department. Other than that, I had a really good experience at King William County Public Schools.
I have enjoyed my time here at KWHS, I will honestly be sad to leave here and graduate. Our school system is nice, but there are some improvements and additions that need to be made. I think our school should offer a wider range of sports and clubs, so that everyone can be included in something. I also think our range of classes should be wider, so that it might help students prepare for college better by taking classes they like and are likely to major in.
My experience at King William High was quite pleasant. The students are friendly and the teachers and staff are welcoming as well. Although the school food isn't as well as we'd expect it to be ; it's still edible. King William County Public Schools are one the most wonderful school districts to raise a child . They have great academics for a small county as well as the sports. If I could change one thing about the following schools i'd change the outlook and insight on the staff towards some of the fellow students . Not all of the students get treated equally because of the program "No Child Left Behind "therefore, those with more learning abilities get an advantage to jump ahead of other. Other than the things listed above I recommend King William County Public Schools to all generations.