Warsaw Community Schools is an above average, public school district located in Warsaw, IN. It has 6,921 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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Warsaw Community Schools Reviews
My experience at Warsaw Community Schools has been a good one. They have teachers that really care for the rudeness, and want to see the kids succeed at all that they do! The high school offers so many opportunities through the career center, it is truly a blessing! Also, the sport facilities are top notch. The schools also offer many programs for kids to get involved with. One thing that could change, is the lunch program, it seems that a lot of the food is prepackaged, and warmed up in plastic, which is not very healthy. Overall, Warsaw Community Schools I a great place to go to school.
Warsaw Community Schools is a very good school system overall. They take a genuine interest in their students and their education and well being. There is a wide variety of classes offered so that you can always find something you are interested in. The same goes with clubs and activities. There is a large emphasis on getting students ready for college and making sure they are prepared enough. Having been in the system K-12, I would feel confident saying this is one of the best education systems in Indiana.
Warsaw Community Schools takes great pride in having fantastic athletics and great academic opportunities. The school offers many classes not found at its neighboring schools such as dance classes, cosmetology schools, culinary arts, and even an aviation program. This draws many students to enroll in the high school, but there are many downsides to the corporation as well. The schools are understaffed when it comes to janitorial staff. Though the high school offers a fresh salad bar, the cafeteria styled food lacks nutrition. Despite this overall Warsaw Community Schools is a success minded corporation that strives to push their students to reach their full potential.