Littleton Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Littleton, CO. It has 15,517 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
Littleton Public Schools Rankings
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Littleton Public Schools Reviews
I liked the overall experience I had as a student within the district growing up. The activities, sports, and classroom environments were consistently amazing. The administration always seemed to kill some school traditions and were somewhat strict, but they did always try to do what was best for our school and district which is something I respect. One thing that stood out was school pride and reputation. I was always genuinely excited to be able to represent my school on the sports field or even in the classroom and club competitions. Keep that school pride and community! It is the silver lining of having to sit in a classroom for hours at a time.
Great people and community! I have great teachers and wonderful friends! The school district seems to care about their students an not just about money, unlike some other school districts.
I like how the Littleton Schools care about their children, and view them as more than just a means to make money. Although the school district has to deal with a lot - such as media (especially around Arapahoe High School, my school) or suicide. the district goes about those issues really well and deals with the student's mental health instead of just continuing school as if nothing happened. Though, I would change the amount of time we get on breaks because although a long summer is nice I'd prefer to have the European system where you get a break every six weeks or so, and then have a shorter summer.