Pauls Valley Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Pauls Valley, OK. It has 1,307 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 43% in reading.
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Pauls Valley Public Schools Reviews
I am about to begin my senior year at Pauls Valley High School, and all of the previous thirteen years that I've been a part of the school system, I've really enjoyed my experience. I've always been treated exceptionally well and the teachers have always done what's best for the students. I would 10/10 recommend enrolling a student into any Pauls Valley school.
The saying "Once a Panther, Always a Panther" is true. Pauls Valley Schools isn't only a school, but a home to each of us. We are like a family that builds and helps everyone around us. The school has provided many opportunities to help the community and even internationally through our clubs like Interact, Prayer Warriors, BPA, and Key Club. Each club gives a chance for students to become leaders of the future. The academics are pretty great as well. Although, I feel like we could have added more AP classes which could have helped my college credits out more. The teachers at the schools are mentors. They actually care about us and want us to do good. I became close to quite a few of the teachers during my time there and they have helped me become who I am today. They taught me important life lessons during classes and through extracurricular activities. I honestly would not go to any other school than in small town Pauls Valley.
I have gone to Pauls Valley schools since I was in the third grade. They have taught me very good test taking skills. Critical thinking and problem solving are two very important things the teachers here focus on, concepts and actually learning the material instead of just memorizing answers for the test. The teachers also do a very good job at preparing the students for college. College prep is one of the most important things to them.