Little Axe Public Schools is a public school district located in Norman, OK. It has 1,296 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 26% of students are at least proficient in math and 31% in reading.
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Little Axe Public Schools Reviews
Because our school is so small, we're treated more like family than just students. Teachers and staff know everyones name, and great us all with a smile. They live within the community so they know alot about our friends and family as well. At bigger schools teachers dont really pay attention to the kids walking in and out of class, they just try to do their best to teach, which is understandable because they have alot of kids to look after, but at our school teachers do more individual work with students. They take time to help every student, and most teachers have an understanding of the way their students learn. Teachers know each students strength and weakness, and use these to the best of their ability.
Little Axe was the best possible place I could've attended. I created bonds with people that can never be broken, and made memories that can never be forgotten. Not only did I receive a great education, but I also had an amazing experience. School is what you make of it, and Little Axe does a great job at helping you make the most of your time there.
I attended this public school since I was in the fifth grade. The staff at the school are great people who are very intelligent. Most of the staff truly cares about the students and will do everything in their power to help them succeed. This public school is very small, but I do not believe they try to prepare their students for the college or the work world. I was taught to learn how to take a test and pass a test but was not taught to think critically nor study. I had to teach myself these two tasks by myself when I started college. Many students do not leave the area once they graduate from the school, but there are students who do and soon graduate from college. I think the way the school teaches should be reconstructed to fit the student's ability to learn and teach them to think critically.