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Lawson R-XIV School District is an above average, public school district located in Lawson, MO. It has 1,113 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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Lawson R-XIV School District Reviews
As a student of Lawson High School for eleven years now, I have noticed the good. I think that Lawson’s staff is pretty great. Many of my peers have a great relationship with nearly each and every person who is a part of our staff at LHS. Having a good relationship with a teacher is very important, you should always have someone around that you can trust. Also we have great coaches for our sports teams. Our coaches are always pushing us to be the best we can be not only on the field or court but also in the classroom. I wouldn’t ask for it any other way!
Lawson is what I believe to be, a great school district. Located in a small town, the community loves to stay involved and so do the students. I've loved my experience here and couldn't recommend it more.
As an involved senior at Lawson R-XIV High School, I witness many different types of students. Going into high school, my one goal I set for myself was to try and be friends with everyone. Easy to do when you only have a high school of 400. That would get me well known with people I would not have seen on a general day to day basis. The one main reason I did that was because I've heard stories upon stories of how alumni went through high school only knowing the people they had been friends with their whole lives; they didn't give many people a chance. An onset of that is because faculty does not encourage students to go out of their way to try and step out of their comfort zones. One thing that has evolved at LHS is the fact that schooling is more important than sports are, even though those are still strongly encouraged. Faculty are also trying to persuade students who have no interest at going to college, but love to work, to go to trade school.