Lake Shore Central School District is an above average, public school district located in Angola, NY. It has 2,427 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 48% in reading.
Lake Shore Central School District Rankings
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Lake Shore Central School District Reviews
Lake Shore was a lovely school to learn and grow in! The teachers were caring and ready to help every step of the way, clubs and other after school activities gave those involved a good sense of community and support, and you’ve never seen a school come together more than Lake Shore during a homecoming game! My only issue with the school came from the lack of diversity. There was a definite absence of diversity in race, sexuality, and religion. So although in my graduating year I saw a lot more growth in my LGBTQ+ club, that sort of acceptance didn’t make its way through the entire school. I think if the facility took the time to talk about acceptance and understanding more, then some of the stigma that exists in some students might ease up.
I have loved my four years at Lake Shore. When they tell you it flies by, it really does! Most teachers actually genuinely care about and for their students. I personally have a great relationship with most of my teachers. Overall, I think this school is great.
Lake Shore Central School District is fairly small which poses both pros and cons. For me, I like smaller classes and being familiar with everyone in my school. On the down side of that, smaller population means a less pool of kids to select for sports, musical and clubs. In some cases the population effects the activities because there is lack of participation and this leads to the cancelling of certain opportunities for students. Overall, my experience at Lake Shore in regards to academics exceeded my expectations. When it comes to the actual student life, Lake Shore unfortunately contains a few gaps that will hopefully be filled in the future.