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St. John-Hudson Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in St. John, KS. It has 357 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% in reading.
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St. John-Hudson Public Schools Reviews
Small school with great school spirit! Our school has qualified for state in basketball, cross country, volleyball and several other things. We were 3 time basketball state winners in a row. Class sizes are small enough to receive help you may have in any classes. Parents are very involved in extracurricular activities and we always have a good attendance for events sponsored by they school. The school does a really good job preparing us for our future and introducing us to different career options that are out there. We also engage in community service by giving back to those in our community.
It was a small school, but overall a pretty good experience. The teachers were pretty good, and got to be more one on one since the classes were so small. I loved the admin, I connected really well with quite a few of them. Our sports were very good, and something that was stressed a lot at St. John High School. We had a very good basketball team as well as a very good cross country team. Our cheerleading team was very good as well.
My experience at St. John-Hudson Public Schools has been awesome. The teachers and the staff are very friendly. I've made many memories there and my time is coming to an end at St. John-Hudson Public School, because I'll be graduating soon. Some thing I'd change is the supports for sports other than Volleyball and Basketball.