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Palmyra-Eagle Area School District is an above average, public school district located in Palmyra, WI. It has 769 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 36% in reading.
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Palmyra-Eagle Area School District Reviews
As a parent of two kids, I couldn't be happier with the experiences our family has had with this beautiful little country district. Its small size allows for incredible student/teacher relationships and there is no shortage of educational, athletic, or extracurricular opportunities for students wishing to take advantage of them. The district has great relationships with UW Whitewater and WCTC and students have ability to get early college credits. The local community and parent groups are incredibly supportive and school pride and family style relationships are evident everywhere.
Palmyra-Eagle was a great school to attend. The academics were challenging, and there was a broad range of options. Teachers were understanding, and with a small school population it was easy to form connections and relationships. Safety was a large implement and practiced regularly- teachers/supervisors were well trained for emergency situations and dedicated to keeping students safe.
I like how Palmyra Eagle was a small school in a small community so everyone knew each other and there was no clicks everyone was friends with everyone, nobody was left out or felt alone. But I also hated Palmyra Eagle at the same time, there was so many kids that bullied, talked back and sometimes even harassed other students and teachers and when it was gone to the police nobody would do anything about or they said they would but didn't in the end. I'm glad I graduated when I did, because at this point they are thinking about closing the school because lack of income and some of the staff are giving them selves allowances they shouldn't be receiving thankful the state went into our schools business and fixed all those problems in our school I'm just hoping they can fix all their issues before it's too late because it is a nice school and we really do show our pride and how we are proud of it, but it's just got a few strings that need to become attached soon.