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Phoenixville Area School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Phoenixville, PA. It has 4,002 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.
Phoenixville Area School District Rankings
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Phoenixville Area School District Reviews
Phoenixville provided a quality education, but needs more useful resources/ upgrades. The teachers and staff care about their students. Some of the resources like laptops, books, library's are outdated. The school spends too much on funding for unnecessary items, and doesn't have enough to fund the teachers income. Eventually this will impact the quality of education that students receive, because a lack of incentives will decrease the motivation of staff.
From the outside looking in, Phoenixville Area School District is a very nice school. Sometimes it wasnt all dandy but I recieved agood education and I feel pretty prepared to graduate and take on the world. If I could change one thing, it wouldbe to give the benefit of doubt to the studies. So often one person would get in trouble and ruin things for the rest of us. Overall good school with great teachers and awesome oppurtunities!
Phoenixville is an incredibly diverse district - racially, economically and politically. The school system reflects that and the changes that have taken place in the area within the past decade. The middle and high schools have competitive course offerings, but often fail to effectively teach them or make them available to all students because of poor guidance counselors or teachers. The school's administration is distanced from its students, but the culture of the high school itself is a positive one. I expect to see more academic success in future years, especially considering budget expansions.