Parkway Local School District is a public school district located in Rockford, OH. It has 1,070 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 80% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
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Parkway Local School District Reviews
Parkway is an adequate school for the local area. Its agricultural program is exceptional, but other areas are lacking. Responsible students can easily get an education which surpasses minimum standards. However, the school is not very innovative. STEM classes are next to none, Foreign language only consists of Spanish. In general, electives are filler classes, not enrichment opportunities. The school is decent at college readiness--its junior and senior English program is exceptional here. Many teachers are simply proficient. There aren't many active clubs, and focus sports like football are a joke. To be fair, some of the school's problems can be blamed on its small size. Overall, the school could address its shortcomings by reallocating funds from unsuccessful sports to educational agendas.
I transferred to Parkway during the summer between my sophomore and junior year. I use to get bullied really bad at my previous school, and once I went to Parkway, my life completely changed. I met new friends and great teachers.
I like everything about my school. The amount of school spirit that we have is phenomenal and I wish other schools were as lucky as ours. The food is great most of the time and it's an overall safe atmosphere. It's a place I plan on having my future kids attend one day. It is not a very populated school and I think that gives kids a better expierence because they are learning more one on one and learning things that they will need to know in the real world.