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Kingsley-Pierson Community School District is a public school district located in Kingsley, IA. It has 422 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 82% of students are at least proficient in math and 79% in reading.
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Kingsley-Pierson Community School District Reviews
Close-knit and involved community. Small classes and sports teams allowed for more student opportunities and involvement. Low-budgets caused a lack of resources when it came to classroom materials. Did not offer many extracurricular courses, but had many after school activities and sports.
Kingsley-Pierson has and will forever be a very exclusive school. Sports are very biased when it comes to varsity and JV. They tend to look at last names and rule out people who have worked their butts off for the position to people who have a "higher rank." The facilities are terrible and they constantly waste money. In the high school, about three teachers care about the students and can actually teach. They prepare you for being on your own in college. Whereas others lack even the motivation to show up for their classes. The resources are horrible as well, they aren't even 1 on 1 with computers yet they spent tax payer money on "chrome book carts" that aren't worth the money. Some students did the math and it came out to be that with the money they wasted on these piece of crap carts, they could have been 1 to 1 in the high school.
I liked the community that is held within the school district. You can really sense their support for everything we do as students. I also am inspired by how resourceful our school is. Despite being a very small school they always find opportunities for the students to grow to their fullest potential.