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Two Rivers Public School District is a public school district located in Two Rivers, WI. It has 1,821 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 33% of students are at least proficient in math and 35% in reading.
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Two Rivers Public School District Reviews
The experiences I had here are unmatched, from the teachers to the people I formed relationships with. In middle school I was very separate from other students, but come high school people opened their minds and formed friendships with me that have lasted all four years. Apart from teachers, what they taught was incredible. Not a single teacher every gave me a blank answer, and if they didn’t know right away they would look it up and share it the next day. The school has a very good “Start College Now” program which aids students to take college classes while still in school, free of price. Overall, this school has not only shaped my character but also my academic future.
Two Rivers has been a wonderful school district from Elementary all the way through High School. I'm very fortunate to have had so many caring teachers and administrators. There are so many great programs for all levels of kids. I have had the pleasure to be a part in many great clubs and sports as well. We have had wonderful accomplishments in our school district. Magee Elementary was named a Blue Ribbon school, Koenig Elementary had been a Title One outstanding school for over 10 years. I am proud to be a TR Raider!!
Two Rivers High School has been about school pride since day one. The majority of staff tries to keep it up, but overall it could be much stronger. Only a few activities are focused on while the others are left behind. The staff could do more to try and get the students to participate more and show pride for all student activities.