Mifflin County School District is a public school district located in Lewistown, PA. It has 4,979 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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Mifflin County School District Reviews
The school is nice, but the college preparedness is less than excellent. There are little resources that prepare students for college. To discuss college, students have to schedule an appointment with their guidance counselor. Some students do not have time to do this. In AP courses, students feel rushed for the AP exam deadlines. Teachers are constricted with time because of snow days and delays, and they force their students to learn the material in a short amount of time. Overall, the school is a good experience.
I have been in the Mifflin County High School for 3 years now. They do not deal with some things but other things they do. They also do not have very good communication with the students parents or the Vocational school that some of their students go to. It's to the point that students that don't go over to the High School and only go to the Vo-Tech, don't get any information on what's happening or going on over at the High school. An example is yearbooks the deadline ended and no one at the vo-tech knew it even started.
Attending Mifflin County High School has been a great experience in my life. The school has shaped me to not only be a great student, but also a better person. The school has taught me to give back to my community, help other students who need support, and challenge myself to my full potential. The teachers and administration truly care about their students and are willing to help in any way they can. The teachers want to watch their students succeed in life and are pushing them so they are ready for whatever life has to throw in the way.