Loomis Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Loomis, NE. It has 218 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1. According to state test scores, 87% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Loomis Public Schools Reviews
Loomis Schools is, in general, a fairly good school system. It provides an more than adequate educational foundation for its students. There are a couple of areas that the school is lacking. First, the school offers very few opportunities for extra curricular outside of athletics and those that it does offer are not valued in any way by the administration. That lack of value trickles down to the teachers, students body and community as a whole. Second, the school has a very serious bullying problem that is frequently ignored due to the fact that the students who are involved in the bullying are either the children of administrators/teachers or the children of influential people in the community. In addition, there have been several instances when the bully was actually a teacher. Therefore, little to no action gets taken when bullying gets reported.
They have prepared me very well to go on to college and beyond that. The teachers are very helpful. All through my high school career, the faculty has been nothing but helpful to me and everyone else. I have had struggles throughout high school and the administration has helped me through all of them.
I really liked the teachers here. They helped me and my fellow students excel in our classes. One thing I would really like to see change in is the upper administration. Most of the time they act like dictators and it's hard for the students to respect them.