Osceola School District is an above average, public school district located in Osceola, WI. It has 1,705 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
Osceola School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Osceola School District
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Osceola School District Reviews
I like the size of the classes, they are small enough where the teachers are available to assist everyone with questions. The teachers are always there to help students with any issues. There are plenty of extra curricular activities available to everyone. The art department is strong. All the teachers are very knowledgeable about the subject they teach.
I am currently a senior at Osceola High. I have enjoyed almost every moment of it. The clubs, opportunities, teachers, sports, almost everything that Osceola offers is outstanding. From a French teacher who worked for the French gov't for one year to have a pair of teachers who are brothers to the art teacher, who is the school 'mom'. Osceola has everything, besides nice weather in the winter.
I've attended the Osceola School District my whole life and am grateful that I was able to grow up in Osceola. The community is always showing their support for one another. In all my years, the school has always gone out of their way to help students and make a bond. Growing up in a small town you are taught morals and aren't revealed to all the craziness in the city schools. Also, you have a much higher chance of letting your voice be heard and to be involved in all school events. However, sometimes being in a small school can be challenging when there is a certain "life" the town expects you to portray. Everyone is always watching your every move because it is such a small population. There is not much privacy or a "do what makes you happy" vibe. That kind of attitude comes with a small town sometimes. Overall I am grateful for everything this school has allowed me to achieve. I believe it has helped shape who I am today and where all of my motivation comes from.