Steilacoom Historical School District is an above average, public school district located in Steilacoom, WA. It has 3,248 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
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Steilacoom Historical School District Reviews
Steilacoom high is not your average high school! It’s a place to show your spirit and talents all in one. Everyone is apart of something at Steilacoom, wether it’s being in a sport, in a club, in band, in choir, or just going to the events to cheer the other students on. No one is ever left out, you’re a part of something bigger than yourself. Steilacoom is a place where meeting new friends is exciting rather than nerve racking, and where everyone is a family. School spirt is the biggest part of steilacoom, and is only becoming even greater as the years go on. Being at steilacoom has made me feel proud, and I have learned a lot from every teacher I’ve had.
Steilacoom School District is a pretty great. The majority of the teachers are good and the classes available are good. They offer a vareity of classes to take im each school within the district. Overall is a lovely district would recommend for anyone!
All of the staff in the Steilacoom School District are very interactive and attentive to their students as well as parents or guardians. They all make sure that each student passes and understands each concept. The only problem I have with my school district is their spending and what they spend their money on. To me and many others, we believe the district decides to spend a large majority of their money on one event, and then have to overcharge their other much more important events to make up for that one event. Other than that one negative, I believe my school district runs very well and focus their priorities on their students and staff in making sure they each get the attention they need to succeed.