Sisters School District is an above average, public school district located in Sisters, OR. It has 1,043 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 60% in reading.
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Sisters School District Reviews
The best thing about sisters is how involved the teachers were. The teachers and the faculty are friendly and very involved in the personal success of each student. The teacher to student ratio is low meaning you receive more one-on-one help from the faculty at the district. However, don't expect a wide variety of academic courses. This school district is very limited on what it can offer in academics.
the staff. The staff at Sisters High do a remarkable job helping their students to succeed and to genuinely learn and gain something from their high school experience. Needless to say, it was the staff, as well as the lifeskills program for the special needs kids who gave me hope and the second family that I needed. Being a mentor and a teammate on the project unify basketball team was such an eye opening experience for me, and I wouldn't take that back for the world. There were definitely a lot of lows in the year for me, socially, but that was because of the students and lack of diversity. It was really the staff that impacted me and my last year of high school that made moving across the country my senior year, not as shabby as it could have been.
I have lived in Sisters almost my entire life. Going to school here I was surrounded by a very supportive community. I knew my class fairly well and could build very beneficial relationships with individuals. The school spirit continued to increase as I advanced in each grade level. Being in such a small town was very wonderful, yet we lack a lot of ethnical diversity. A lot of the population of Sisters consist of Caucasians, so it was lacking in that form of diversity.