Spring-Ford Area School District is a top rated, public school district located in Royersford, PA. It has 7,924 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 70% of students are at least proficient in math and 82% in reading.
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Spring-Ford Area School District Reviews
Overall my time at Spring-Ford was great! A lot of the teachers that I had were great. They made the classes enjoyable with different activities to keep the students engaged. My teachers were always eager to help if I fell a little behind. The number of AP courses was a huge plus for me as well, and they continue to add courses which I appreciate. Each school building was well maintained and clean. One of the best features of the high school is the FPC (Future Planning Center). The advisers in there work year round helping all of the students prepare for college or whatever they plan to do after graduation The diversity of extracurricular activities was also nice to have. I was very grateful that the school was supportive of the LGBT+ community and had a gay-straight alliance club.
Spring-Ford has been my only schooling experience, aside preschool. There is definitely a cheerful atmosphere, a well as encouraging faculty :). My experience at this school could be perceived as basic, but the people and experiences I have had behind its doors are monumental. SFASD taught me how to compete, and that teachers truly are on a student's side. During my freshman year, all of my teachers were easily attainable and always had me comfortable in my skin. The faculty here is passionate about their duties- they love what they do, and yearn to see their students succeed. That, my friends, is what really matters.
I very much enjoy the fact that Spring-Ford offers a variety of courses that can help students prepare in some way, regardless of what field they plan on pursuing in the future. Most teachers are friendly and very helpful, and there are fewer behavior problems compared to other schools. The main disadvantage of this school is that, despite trying to maintain being one of the best high schools in the area, the school district sometimes takes attending class a bit too seriously. For example, there was a day in November when Spring-Ford Area School District was the only school district in Montgomery County to not dismiss students from school early during intense weather.