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Silver Falls School District is an above average, public school district located in Silverton, OR. It has 3,983 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 46% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
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Silver Falls School District Reviews
My high school is a beautiful building that boasts a state of the art auditorium and sports complex. Our teaching staff is very dedicated to the students. our school also offers many opportunities for students interested in entering trades following graduation including mechanics, welding, protective services, health occupations, and fire sciences.
The Silver Falls School District is such an amazing school district. They are so supportive of all the activities that students want to participate in. They listen to the needs of the students and families and adjust as needed. The staff is kind, hardworking and some of the best out there. I wish there was more music in the elementary level grades but the music programs at the high school are phenomenal and so supported and well loved.
The experience I have had with the silver falls school district hasn't been the best. My siblings and I have been through the system and the way my family has been treated hasn't been the best. Both of my siblings have special education needs, and for one the school districts hasn't done anything to help her with it, and my brother is being forced into classes he doesn't need to be in and because of that the kids at his school bully him and the school does nothing about it. Personally I would like to see the school system fix this and place the future kids in the correct classes, so that they can get the education that is right for them.