Prince William County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Manassas, VA. It has 89,345 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 73% of students are at least proficient in math and 80% in reading.
Prince William County Public Schools Rankings
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Prince William County Public Schools Reviews
I loved all the experience regarding special programs they provide for their students. They give each and every student to explore who they are. They have something for everyone! I do wish they would try have more communication with students. I wish there was more activities regarding the school and policies that had student involvement. I wish that there was more attention being paid to underclassmen. Most of of the faculty is highly focused on senior which is understandable, yet underclassmen should be able to trust their counselors if there is a problem regarding a class or someone personal. I also wish there would be more school whom do an internship program for their senior to give the real world career experience ahead of college.
Prince William county schools has provided me with great teachers and a well rounded experience. The hands on experiences throughout my years and intense rigor has prepared me for college. I feel confident that with learning citizenship skills, building character within all 3 schools as pillars of their education that I’m ready to succeed in life!
Prince William has a set of adequate schools. There is a wide range of high schools you can attend for occupations of your interest. The county can greatly improve in preparing students for life after high school, college readiness, and to communicate with students about graduating requirements. Like all school districts Prince William County has it's pros and cons. The preparation of moving throughout school levels is very poor which leads to students coming into the next level unprepared mentally. The county also has many good resources that improve learning, and make instruction easier to understand. The community is very multicultural and diverse which gives students and all around perspective. Overall Prince William County is a decent district with much potential.