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- Clubs & ActivitiesB+
- Health & SafetyA-
- Resources & FacilitiesA-
Quakertown Community School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Quakertown, PA. It has 5,111 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 74% in reading.
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Quakertown Community School District Reviews
Quakertown gives a home to the student to thrive in for the 4 years of their high school experience. Never will a family find a more tight-knit group of students and teachers than at Quakertown. Friday Night Lights shows beautifully. Our football games show the unity of athletics (with the football team), arts with our state champion marching band) and the student body (best student section in the district!) as well as our general community! Quakertown pushes the virtue of grit and integrity- driving all students to do their best and to be the better person no matter the circumstances. Such a virtue produces the best students in the state- ready to take on a harder tomorrow with the assurance and preparation of yesterday! Students are called to practice academic excellence with the broad opportunities of Honor, AP, MCP, and Dual enrollment classes. All of these factors make Quakertown Community School Districts one of the best schools in the country!
Overall academics, teachers, and clubs are good. However, I wish the school would do more to prevent kids from doing drugs and encourage them to keep up good grades are respect the staff. Also, some teachers give too much homework and do not recognize that many students are involved in multiple AP or Honors classes as well as clubs and sports. I also wish the school would do more fun activities for the students and graduating seniors. School counselors are also not very helpful when it comes to wanting to find out more information about university, scholarships, and volunteering opportunities.
Great teachers and staff that care. Decent student body and interactions. Academics are well maintained and encouraged as well as good behavior in the school. Good punishment system set up as well as a rewards system. New electronic attendance system set up that works well to cut down on class skippers. Good environment, and a safe community. Large variety of courses to choose from spanning from art and dance classes to chefs classes and then higher level classes such as higher level biology, chemistry, anatomy, psychology, sociology, calculus, statistics, public speaking and many more. Administrators are kind and fair. An overall welcoming community.