Pomperaug Regional School District No. 15 is a highly rated, public school district located in Middlebury, CT. It has 3,704 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.
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Pomperaug Regional School District No. 15 Reviews
The Pomperaug experience was both helpful and not so much. Most teachers will go out of their way to help with schoolwork, others could not care less, or don't know enough about their degree to be teaching. The students, for my grade at least, were some of the nicest people I have met. It was easy to find a friend group you might fit into, otherwise, just wander around to meet new, different people! Overall, I am glad I attended, but honestly couldn't tell you what I learned from some of these classes.
Students are terrific, things that go on in other schools do not happen here. This is a Town where parents are involved and care. New Principal very aware and super easy to talk with and brought a lot of ideas-excellent. Vice-Principals on top of everything and terrific people. Very well run school. Most teachers care a lot about the students. One area of draw-back- Math and sciences are more difficult than schools in similar areas, and this is the place where the teachers seem to be lacking the most. Tutors may be required. Plays are very popular, many different sports offered and are popular. Cafeteria is fine--hopefully more choices will be available with the new chef next year. Well thought out school and Town. Highly recommended especially if you have a math and science brain.
I like the teachers - they form a good bond with students in a way outside of academics. I feel like I can go to my teachers with things other than questions about the class- like personal problems or social issues. I think the school needs to take bullying and harassment a little bit more seriously, but I guess thats a big problem at pretty much every school nowadays. Pomperaug has the schedule set up so that we have optimal class time as well as time outside of class to get our work done.