Muskego-Norway School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Muskego, WI. It has 4,905 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 64% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
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Muskego-Norway School District Reviews
Overall, Muskego is a wonderful district and they really do their best to make sure you are ready for college and what comes after high school. The only reason you wouldn’t be is if you don’t care, so there really isn’t much of an excuse. My biggest complaint would be many of the students themselves, which I hope the administration tries to fix this problem in the future. Many students, largely due to Muskego itself being a very suburban, very white, very upper-middle-class, are racist, sexist, queerphobic, etc. However, many of the teachers are not, and are a really great resource for help academically, but also emotionally when having to deal with the aforementioned students.
I transferred to the Muskego-Norway School District for 6th grade, and it was the best decision my parents ever made. All the teachers (and staff) are very helpful and caring. They will do whatever it takes to make sure you understand the problem or answer your question. Our principal (at the high school) makes it his ultimate goal that us students are learning to the best of our potential in a positive, fun environment. I am very happy to have spent the last 7 years learning in this district! I would highly recommend to others.
My overall experience with Muskego-Norway School District has been okay. I have been quite successful with my overall school career. I really enjoy the extra curricular activities and the staff at Muskego High School. However, some of the teachers (especially in middle school) have not been the greatest teachers. I also do not agree with the new middle school standard scores out of 5. I really prefer the percentage system used in the high school. Also the school systems spend too much money on sports teams instead of fixing the school facilities. The school district may need some more work to do, but overall I will look back from my years at Muskego and think fondly of the experiences that have made me the student I am today.