North Kingstown School District is a highly rated, public school district located in North Kingstown, RI. It has 4,047 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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North Kingstown School District Reviews
The school is great. The academic programs are wonderful, very challenging, and very informational. This school pushes you to be the best you can be. It teaches a good work ethic, problem solving, and successfully prepares you for college. The teachers and administration are very involved and helpful. They make sure you understand the curriculum and what's expected of you. The students are very kind and welcoming, especially if you're new. The councilors are also very involved. They ensure your schedule is full of classes that benefit and interest you, as well as help you prepare for college. Overall, it's a great school.
Having grown up and attended schools in the NK School District from pre-school to twelve grade, I have nothing but positive feedback to give. Known for our strong sense of community, the parents, teachers and administration are all very involved in the students activities. Academics are nothing shy of impressive, especially at the high school level being one that provides AP courses and a wide variety of electives to help guide in making a decision about their future profession and opportunities to have an internship block in the schedule to assist in college readiness. Also, the clubs and sporting opportunities are extensive at all levels, including interests from baking club, to LGBTQ+ groups. Also, known for our involvement and acceptance of students with special needs, there are adaptive sports teams and classes that regular ed students can join and be peer partners with. Overall, my experience as a part of the NK school district has been exceptional and memorable.
Good enough teachers, majority of student body white and narrow minded, administration is typically mediocre and fails to meet a lot needs but definitely has some good people. Could have better teachers, be more involved with a progressive curriculum and scientific based learning, and be more considerate of personal needs.