Shorewood School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Shorewood, WI. It has 2,146 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 58% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
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Shorewood School District Reviews
Shorewood High School (SHS) provides a broad base of education to allow students to be successful in life. A recent winner of Wisconsin state high school of the year, SHS has a mission to be a highly inclusive school while creating high academic standards in the arts and sciences. Because SHS builds an environment allowing students to learn and grow in performance arts, I participated in Band, Jazz Band and Pep Band. Shorewood High School prepared me to do very well in my first year at University of Iowa where I now attend.
Overall I definitely appreciated attending the Shorewood School District in the long run. Every school has its own challenges. The biggest one I experienced was the lack of support for the minority students. As well as the students who did not live in the community of Shorewood. A lot of us felt excluded in activities and distribution of important information. It seemed like everything was rigged. The same students were in charge, no other options taken seriously. There are a few administrators who were passionate about what they do and giving everyone the same aid. Now that I am in college this school district definitely prepared me to accelerate in further academics.
I am a senior at Shorewood High School. Teachers are very understanding and nice. If you need help in a class don't hesitate to talk to them during lunch. Courses are usually fun but challenging. Open campus lunch is great!