School District of Clayton is a top rated, public school district located in Clayton, MO. It has 2,254 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 77% of students are at least proficient in math and 82% in reading.
School District of Clayton Rankings
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School District of Clayton Reviews
Going to Clayton high school has given me a lot of knowledge that I might not have been given if I went to a different or less funded public school. The school provides many resources to learn and all the departments are extraordinary, but the fact that the English teachers have literary conferences about your writing piece is really great. The only reason it isn't 5 stars is due to the small amount of sports funding. The sports funding is really low and kids who are trying to get into college through sports because they are excellent players, aren't able to get that oppurtunity
I have been in the Clayton School District since I was in kindergarten and my experiences have been unbelievable. From kindergarten to senior year, I have met so many helpful people that would drop anything to come help and support whatever you wanted to do. I would say the thing I loved most about the school district is that they never stop caring about your future. They based your future on reality and what was to come, never hid or lied to you about anything. Everything meant something whether it was learning math, science, English, and or history. I would love to see the same attention they gave to my classmates and me, other than that I wouldn't change my school for the world.
The School District is not only comprehensive, but a place where everyone will find their future. The district, as a whole, will continue it's legacy of providing a one-to-one student/teacher ratio and placing academics and it's students first.