Nine Mile Falls School District is an above average, public school district located in Nine Mile Falls, WA. It has 1,444 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 58% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
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Nine Mile Falls School District Reviews
As I finish up my Junior year, I am having a bittersweet time with the future. I have been a student in the NMFSD since kindergarten, and I wouldn't have it any other way. Nine Mile is a fairly small district, so pretty much everyone knows everyone. That might not sound super amazing to some, but for me it is all I know. Most the people I see in the halls of Lakeside High are the people I have known my entire life. Nine Mile Falls school district is an amazing district and I am blessed to have one more year here. It will no doubt fly by. It feels like just yesterday I was standing at the bus stop for my first day of kindergarten. Now I am on the final weeks of my Junior year. In just a short year, I will be walking across a stage to get my diploma with a uncertainty of the future. It has gone by in the blink of an eye, but you know what they say. Time flies when you're having fun :)
Nine Mile Falls School District is very welcoming, there is not much bullying and everyone is very respectful. Lakeside High School has some of the best sports teams in the area. Our district is one of the best in the state. Nine Mile Falls teachers are respectful, understanding, and helpful. Nine Mile Falls is a small town with small schools the small town feel is very helpful for the progress of the school. Some things I would like to change are: bigger buildings, at the High School we have two portables out back with two classrooms in each and we still have teachers without their own classrooms.
I liked how welcoming the community is and everyone there is really nice. It's also nice that I've gone there since kindergarten so I know everyone so getting help in class is easy. It'd be nice to see more sports, like adding gymnastics or even a slow pitch team.