Littlestown Area School District is a public school district located in Littlestown, PA. It has 1,816 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 48% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
162 Newark St
Littlestown, PA 17340
Elementary Schools in Littlestown Area School District
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- A+44 Students
- A24 Students
- B20 Students
- B-20 Students
- A-18 Students
- NG18 Students
- A+17 Students
- A16 Students
- B15 Students
- B-15 Students
Littlestown Area School District Reviews
I first came to Littlestown with an open mind, I was ready to learn, full of life and motivation. As the years passed by my motivations were not for the thrill of the future but to get out of this horribly xenophobic, misogynistic school and town. The school itself does not care about students but how the school appears to the rest of the world. For instance, at previous schools I have attended people would be expelled and even taken to court for threats to the school and student body, however, at Littlestown proven threats and dangers are blown off and let back in the following week of incidents that should raise red flags to the school and local officials.
Littlestown area school district has a very good educational system. The teachers there are very focused on student success in and out of school. The teachers are also focused on the students success after they have graduated from high school pursuing either a career, college degree, or heading in to the armed forces. The sports and other club activities that students can participate in are also very open to either new players and old players. The coaches are focused on the student succeeding in school and also succeeding in their sports career. Overall the atmosphere of Littlestown schools is great, very student focused.
Littlestown Area School District is a good school for rural Pennsylvania offering a strong connection between the teachers and their small class sizes. The school gives those interested in entering the workforce or college path in life every resource they could ask for to prepare from interviews to internships. While this is true, the school could use more diversity and discipline, the former being something the school itself can't openly change, as it is up to those families enrolling.