Lake Shore Central School District is a public school district located in Angola, NY. It has 2,499 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 45% in reading.
Lake Shore Central School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Lake Shore Central School District
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- A-67 Students
- B63 Students
- C+41 Students
- C+26 Students
- B23 Students
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- B19 Students
- B+19 Students
- A+17 Students
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Lake Shore Central School District Reviews
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.
I like the majority of the teachers, it's always a friendly atmosphere and my kids love it as well. I grew up in this district as well and My name is also on a plaque at the AJ Schmidt school for the second highest average of the school when I was in fourth grade! My kids find it exciting to see their mom up on the wall in the entrance way when they walk into school each and every morning!
My experience at Lake Shore Central School District has been one to remember. I remember that my first year of middle school, I did not have the best academic record, but every year after that, I kept improving. I finally was able to join the varsity swim team in 7th grade while keeping good grades. That is when I really started to realize that being a scholar, academically advanced and active will get you far in life. After all of my hard work, I am in my last year of high school, and feel very confident that I am physically and mentally prepared for the next phase of my life. I would not be where I am today if it wasn't for my teachers, parents, coaches and friends. Even though you cannot really choose where you want to go to elementary, middle or high school, I am glad that I had the opportunity to be a Lake Shore Eagle.