Norwich City School District is a public school district located in Norwich, NY. It has 1,803 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
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Norwich City School District Reviews
We need to be more accepting across many fields. People with mental illness should be accepted. Music and art kids should be treated with the same respect and honor as the athletes. Personally, I am top of the class and in all advanced classes, but that does not mean I'm blind to the fact that people who are not as book smart as me tend to me treated more poorly. Bullying should not be tolerated. We also need more resources. For example, our school counselors barely do anything. They most definately do not help you prepare for college, as I know from personal experience. And they do not help you with your serious problems either (depression, anxiety, etc.). They are simply there to discipline the problem children and it is not right.
My time at Norwich High School was quite enjoyable. Academically I flourished. The small class sizes guaranteed that each student could connect to their respective teachers on a personal level, allowing for a better environment in which to learn. This level of comfort with the staff meant that I was never afraid of asking for assistance or additional explanation when I was struggling. The facilities, considering the size of the high school, were impeccable. The only potential issue was the occasional lack of funding for new equipment for less popular sports, whoever, this could easily be fixed with improved fundraising for those sports. The school itself, in my opinion, is one that does not require any change. The staff I interacted with were wonderful, the friendships I made are friendships that continue to this day.
There are AP classes available which is nice. That being said most students don’t take advantage of them and the academic achievement of the school as a whole is poor. There are nice clubs and the facilities are fine, but there is almost nothing substantial in place for safety. While most of the doors are locked and there is a police officer there occasionally that isn’t enough to offer protection