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Roseville Public School District is an above average, public school district located in Roseville, MN. It has 7,655 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Roseville Public School District Reviews
Roseville is a very good school district. The teachers are excellent for the most part. A major drawback is that the administration focus on topics other than learning, and our very limited resources follow. Teachers have been fired, programs downsized, and learning has taken a back seat so they can buy iPads that don't work after three years. There is a lot of diversity in the student population, but there is not nearly as much among the administrators or teachers. Sports and activities are very much a part of school culture, and receive a lot of support for the most part. The music program here is the best in the state, especially for band and choir.
One thing I am grateful about my experience with my high school especially, is how well it equipped me for college. I feel that our academics is quite superior, and because of that I felt comfortable in many of my classes my first year at college.
It’s a normal public school. I have good friends and good teachers but I think we need to focus more on education rather than evaluation to truly fulfill the purpose of the education system. There are kids who are motivated and school is a competition to get an A and there are students who cannot get high scores so don’t even try. What’s important is teaching the material, not being the best, and I feel like that point has been lost within our school.