Mountain View-Birch Tree R-III School District is a public school district located in Mountain View, MO. It has 1,313 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 37% of students are at least proficient in math and 47% in reading.
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Mountain View-Birch Tree R-III School District Reviews
I loved Mountain View Birch Tree because we got to combine two different towns and have a lot more friends. The teachers are all pretty good and are always willing to help any student needing it. The athletics here have always been one of the best around especially in the past few years with 3 volleyball state trips, the girl's basketball team breaking school records, and winning multiple different tournaments. The music and art program have always been pretty decently good and are always involved with our sports programs whether its someone singing the national anthem or the band playing at the football games. The student body, for the most part, has always been pretty well connected no matter what thing they are in to. We always come together and have a great time during pep assemblies, field trips, or even just a football game. I would never change a thing about going to LHS it was the best experience with the best teachers and administration that I could ask for.
I enjoyed the sports side of Liberty High School. I have played soccer and run cross country throughout my high school career and have found great success including District Titles and receiving All-State. However, the academic side of my school is quite poor. I have had very few classes that I feel truly prepared me for college. Going into college this coming fall I am worried about how prepared I am and if I will be able to stay caught up in my classes.
My experience at Mountain View-Birch Tree R-III School District was both positive and negative. At the time, I loved being in high school; it was very lax and I got along well with everyone. The only thing that I don't like looking back is the fact that they did not prepare me properly for college level work. More than anything, they did NOT prepare well in the English courses. Throughout my elementary, middle school, and especially my freshman courses I feel as though I didn't get the quality education I needed to thrive in my competitive English classes.