Park City School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Park City, UT. It has 4,889 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 56% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
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Park City School District Reviews
I enjoyed my school career in the Park City District. The Park City High School very well prepared students for college. There were many AP courses to choose from and because of the rigorous work it keeps students grounded. There isn't a lot of diversity and that is seen throughout the community so at times test scores also reflect that. Administration does a good job at attempting to make she school environment safe for students, although that means that a lot of negative occurances are well hidden and unspoken about publically. Overall, I have enjoyed attending school in this district.
I have loved Park City School District. The counselors and teachers have been very helpful when answering all of my questions. I can take any class that I want because there are so many options. There are a variety of sports offered to students. However, I wish that the administration would listen more to the students when there is an issue with a teacher or coach within the district instead of ignoring the problem.
I've been in this school district since pre-school and it has been a great place for me to learn. All the teachers are wonderful and will put in all their effort to help you. Of course the school district has had some bump in controlling some of the incidents that have occurred on school grounds. But, they don't stop to protecting and focusing everything for the students. The district also provides a lot of options for students to expand their knowledge, by giving us options to AP courses, Concurrent enrollment and PCCAPS. They are challenging classes that help us prepare for college in the best way possible.