Northern Lebanon School District is a public school district located in Fredericksburg, PA. It has 2,293 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 43% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
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Northern Lebanon School District Reviews
Majority of the electives offered were agriculturally natured. As a student that was not interested in pursing farming or veterinary science, I was greatly disadvantaged. There were too few options of electives to expand our horizons. They also did not do an appropriate job of preparing us for college through academics, strictness of teaching, nor by advising us what to expect after high school.
I really like the involvement that teachers put in with their students. They make sure that their students understand the subject material. That's not to say this school doesn't have problems. For one, Northern Lebanon could use a lot more diversity. All the teachers in the high school are white and the only time I ever saw a black teacher was a substitute that came in to cover a teachers class. I was really surprised to see him there and that is a bad reaction. If Northern Lebanon hired more ethnic employees I feel as though they'd be able to reach a lot more students that way and help with their studies.
It was the people that made my high school experience. The school district is small, a blessing and a curse. Because of the size, I could participate in many different leadership positions, and be a member of various musical groups. But also because of the size, everyone knew everything about everyone else and gossip spread quickly.