Seattle Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Seattle, WA. It has 54,215 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 71% in reading.
Seattle Public Schools Rankings
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Seattle Public Schools Reviews
As someone who was in the public school district I can tell you that overall the school system was average. Where I believed they excelled was athletics and where they struggle the most is the arts. I would to see funding for the arts become more prevalent. As far as faculty goes, I would say it is a bit of a mixed bag. It all depends on the individual faculty member. The way that things are now, you CAN be ready for college but you will have to do more then just the required work to truly be ready. I would love to see more programs like college bound and running start as well as more encouragement to go to college as it can truly change someones life. Thank you so much!
Seattle Public Schools provide an ideal environment that consisted of diversity, equality, kindness and more. With these aspects in these schools, it would create a positive outcome in terms of how their students will turn out for their near future. Seattle Public Schools also prepare their students for everything that they need - that including college. These schools provides opportunities that are available for everyone in their school and encourages their students to take those opportunities. Seattle Public Schools is a diverse environment that exposes the great amount of equality among the many students.
I have been at the schools at this district for all of my education so far, and I would say this district had left me at a positive note. What I like about the Seattle Public Schools is how the district treat students and teachers differently than the districts across the country. The district tries to listen what the students, their family, and the teachers on their needs. These include supplies and recognition. One star is missing because I do not think the district is recognize every single student and teacher quite yet. Overall, this district is a role model for other school districts across the country.