Shelton School District is an above average, public school district located in Shelton, CT. It has 4,784 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 70% in reading.
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Shelton School District Reviews
This school district is severely under funded and shows it. It took 3 years to repair the tennis courts and the parking lot but it was ok to spend thousands on a new football field. This school district only cares about athletics and does not respect the arts! Some teachers and administrators are great, but some are not. It is really hit or miss.
The school and teachers have been a great fit for me in my 4 years there. They have prepared me to move on to College including playing football at the collegiate level. The town supports the school and athletics which I believe is a very important part of going to a great school. It was the best decision made when we had to move into a new town. They have a diverse set of classes and activities that allowed me to see what I want to do when I am older, even taking Marketing class that was college level. For the most part, the school has modern technology but the school in general could use some upgrades. They did get a new football field last year. The coaches and players were like second family to me.
I am currently a senior at Shelton High School. Overall, my experience has not been the worst. I have made amazing friends, experienced wonderful faculty, and been involved in many extracurricular activities. I would like to change a few issues. First is safety, students are fighting, smoking, and doing drugs constantly and it is simply not a safe environment. I would also add more rigorous classes, including AP and duel-enrollment.