Prosser School District is a public school district located in Prosser, WA. It has 2,793 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
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Prosser School District Reviews
My overall experience was amazing! I had lots of resources on any problem. Prosser high school puts on many events making it an easy access to community service. The Mustangs to Mustangs program helps and prosser Alumni out whenever they need it, it brings the community to help absolutely anyone in need and looks out for their current mustangs. Prosser is very sporty, with access for all ages to play sports, be in clubs, or to make friends. Little crime occurs here so it is a very safe place to live, leaving your car unlocked is not something you have to worry about here. The Prosser community welcomes anyone with open arms, like family.
My high school experience was an overall positive one in regards to clubs, sports, and student life. Where my district lacks in terms of education, is the student and teacher relationship. This public school district is mediocre at best when it comes to creating a successful student. Only those who have the means to push themselves end up thriving out of graduation. What I would like to see change within my district is seeing more effort in providing support, motivation, and easier access to resources for those who struggle in that aspect of education.
I loved the attitudes that the teachers came in with every day despite their surroundings. The physical structure of the school is archaic and I'm thankful that we are getting a redesign. Much of the culture is athletics oriented, and the academics is a bit behind of what I would expect it to be. Many assignments are mere packets of homework that require minimal effort.