New Ulm Public School District is a public school district located in New Ulm, MN. It has 2,137 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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New Ulm Public School District Reviews
New Ulm Public High School is a great school to go to if you do not like big crowds and or large class sizes. Our agriculture department and woods departments are state of the art. However, there is not much diversity at all. Let’s just say that New Ulm was ranked one of the most German towns in America and that reflects in our school’s diversity. I would have much rather gone to a school with more people and different types of culture to learn about. Our sports teams are not the best, however, our baseball and softball teams have gone to state multiple times. New Ulm High School offered multiple college in the schools classes and even allowed for seniors to do a PSEO year if they met the standards. Overall, my experience at New Ulm Public High School was a comfortable one, but I would have liked to go to a bigger school so I could experience more diversity.
This school district is located in the center of a German town that offers a lot of history. There are many things to learn about like the German heritage and where it came from which happens to be Ulm, Germany. This safe and welcoming community hosts a variety of festivals and events that allow their tue german heritage to shine through. The school though lacks diversity and culture. The newly built high school was not well thought out because some teachers have to share rooms and there is no room for outward growth. The district also doesn't listen well to students opinions and uses their own judgment for changes. Not the students'.
The teachers at New Ulm High School were generally really caring, helpful, and passionate about helping their students.