Sharon Public Schools is an elite, public school district located in Sharon, MA. It has 3,498 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 87% of students are at least proficient in math and 88% in reading.
Sharon Public Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Sharon Public Schools
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Sharon Public Schools Reviews
As a person who has switched schools over five times, due to moving multiple times growing up. My adopted mother and I decided to move into a safe area with a phenomenal school education. Phenomenal doesn't even justify the amount of comfort I have throughout my now multiple years of being at this school. Many people complain about how Sharon isn't all that and all this; but honestly, coming from my experience I think Sharon Public School was one of the best things that happened to me. The teachers are all so amazing including the hard teachers, I am planning to pursue going into Nursing. I would like to give a big thank you to my anatomy and physiology teacher for teaching me so much about the body in this past year and it will give me a really solid base ground for some of the things I have yet to learn in college! I am lucky and proud to say that I have gone through Sharon Public Schools!
Some classes are very rigorous, but the most classes contain mostly tedious work with little substance. Some teachers are really engaging and helpful, whereas some teachers shop online while we watch documentaries. However, by the end of the senior year, the kids who worked hard throughout high school are completely ready for college. On the other hand, the school is very diverse and has a very open environment. The clubs are underfunded and understaffed, but the students in the tend to put a lot of effort into their clubs making them enjoyable. The only sports the school is good at are sailing and tennis, and there is no culture around football, unlike many other schools. Food is served in the wrapping the school bought it in and tastes terrible.
Faculty and staff in Sharon Public schools are very attentive to students' education and progress. The school provides a pleasant learning environment and encourages students to become involved in school sports and activities. The schools also provide students with many skills for the future such as communication, problem solving, having a strong work ethic, time management, and leadership skills.