Normandy School District is a public school district located in St Louis, MO. It has 3,770 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 18% of students are at least proficient in math and 33% in reading.
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Normandy School District Reviews
Normandy is a school that I learn so much. I learn so many different subjects. There are many interesting co-curricular activities too. I also participate in extra-curricular activities like music, danceand art. I also get the opportunity to take part in sports and games on the sports grounds at school. I was part of the schools soccer and cheerleading team. Our teachers teach us with a great deal of care and patience. At school I have many good friends. We study, play and eat together. I love my school very much.
I graduated from this district. Many things have occurred but its the same as any other school. Teachers and other important staff try to help the students knowing that its a high poverty rate school district. Students are able to be themselves and able to connect with the teachers through learning and even mentor-ships. This school district has been through its fair share of ups and downs but, This school district has shown its strength by never backing down to even the most excruciating challenges that has come its way.
Overall I really enjoyed being a viking, from kindergarten on to my senior year. I truly will miss high school, especially the sports. I like how the elementary schools prepared not only me, but the other graduates of 2017, to be prepared for the middle school, and the middle school prepared you for high school. If I had to change anything, I would try to get students more involved in high school so that way when they get to college they won't be antisocial. Not saying that being antisocial is a bad thing, but in college the more you're involved in something the more things you'll learn and the more friends you'll make. Besides networking is an important thing in college, so why not start in high school.