Post Falls School District is a public school district located in Post Falls, ID. It has 5,808 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 47% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
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Post Falls School District Reviews
Post Falls school district keeps everyone involved with a friendly environment. The students feel welcomed and enjoy going to highschool sporting events. The teachers work hard to have diverse classroom environments that keep their students attention while they are learning. The teachers also work hard to provide different ways of learning the required material in order to meet everyone's needs. The high school in the Post Falls school district makes sure to listen to their students ideas to allow change in the school. They also have many fun events open to the community such as the homecoming parade, and many sporting events.
Post Falls school district is amazing! The staff and administrators are all friendly and outgoing. There are many clubs and activities to get involved in, which makes the atmosphere very positive. I do think there can be a stronger emphasis on college readiness. There are a lot of college tours and such, but when it comes to being prepared for college, I feel like I am doing a lot of that on my own.
I have been in this school district since first grade. The teachers I have disliked were always retiring that year. After elementary school they offer many advanced classes. I have loved my time at the high school even though I lost a fellow classmate during my sophomore year. The school took many actions to ensure the mental stability of the students. I had a friend in Sandpoint who love the girl who died and they treated her poorly and she grew to resent that school because of their lack of empathy. The transition between elementary school and middle school should be similar to the transition between middle school and high school.