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Metropolitan School District of Washington Township is an above average, public school district located in Indianapolis, IN. It has 11,140 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Metropolitan School District of Washington Township Reviews
I love Washington township. My freshman year was my first year of being in washington township district; before that I was in Lawrence Township. The difference between the two were significant. Going into washington township I had no friends but the teachers were amazing. In school everything and everybody are not going to be perfect, but in washington township I immediately felt like I was at home. Going to this school with plenty of problems personally I never would of thought I would of adjust into a totally different environment. They made the curriculum into something I could understand. There were unlimited amount of resources to help students. And teachers who genuinely wanted to help no matter how upset you got. This school was also the most diverse school i've ever seen and almost all the teachers treated everyone fairly. I appreciate the transition into Washington Township. I have grown not only as a person but as a student as well.
Great schools! There are many elementary schools, three middle schools, and one large high school. All of the lower schools feed into the high school.
I am pleased with MSDWT. From what I hear of other districts from friends I have made throughout the city, my fellow students and I have more access to technology. My school community is very supportive of students and our teachers. As a student-athlete I have had many positive interactions with my peers, my teachers and the parents and friends of other athletes which is heavily encouraged in my school community from elementary to high school.