Palmyra R-I School District is an above average, public school district located in Palmyra, MO. It has 1,106 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
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Palmyra R-I School District Reviews
I like how active the teachers, and how they get students engaged in class. They encourage student to get more involved in other activities like, student council. The school staff puts all upcoming events on the school’s social medial, helping us get informed when the games and other events take place. The teachers motivates students that have lacked or have fallen behind in class, to encourage them to participate in class. The one thing I would change is more foreign classes and opening the library up earlier in the morning.
Palmyra R-I School Distric is a very good facility for anybody around. Palmyra High School is very advanced in academics and athletics. I have no complaint about this schoo district at all because it is very helpful and has a 18-1 student to teacher ratio in most classes so your teacher knows you individually.
Overall I have had a good experience at Palmyra R-1 High School. The school district has a good academic program. They are limited on the clubs that would attract everyone. Meaning there are clubs for the smarter kids, but some kids slip through the cracks. Palmyra R-1 puts a lot of emphasis on sports. If you aren't in sports then you aren't really cared about. There is NO diversity in Palmyra. There is a lot of intolerance here as well.