Sheboygan Falls School District is an above average, public school district located in Sheboygan Falls, WI. It has 1,676 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
Sheboygan Falls School District Rankings
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Sheboygan Falls School District Reviews
Sheboygan Falls is an excellent place to live. The town is small, most people know each other, and we are close to many bigger, surrounding cities. With being a smaller school, comes less diversity. The school's curriculum in certain subjects is quite advanced, but I do not believe that some teachers are qualified to be teaching these levels. Some do not care. Athletic teams are almost always in the top half of our conference and do fairly well, but some coaches are not be able to teach anyone to the next level into college. Sheboygan Falls loves involving parents in sports and music activities which is very important to the students because they know they are always supported by their families. The district is definitely above average in many areas, but does have some downfalls.
The School District of Sheboygan Falls is a great place to learn in my opinion. All the teachers throughout the district genuinely want each and every one of their students to succeed not only while in the district but also as they graduate and start pursuing a career of their own. It is based in a nice, close knit community in which the children have great opportunities for them. Overall, I am proud to be an alumi from SFSD.
I personally liked how involved everyone is. People do not judge you and you can be yourself without fear. There is a lot of different clubs and activities to take that help expand your interests. Finally teachers or administration are very helpful and always there to lend a guiding hand.