Weld County Reorganized School District No. RE-4 is a highly rated, public school district located in Windsor, CO. It has 6,034 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 43% of students are at least proficient in math and 51% in reading.
Weld County Reorganized School District No. RE-4 Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Weld County Reorganized School District No. RE-4
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- A-326 Students
- B-215 Students
- A-150 Students
- A-77 Students
- A-71 Students
- B-70 Students
- A-67 Students
- C+63 Students
- A+58 Students
- B-52 Students
Weld County Reorganized School District No. RE-4 Reviews
Weld county school district does an excellent job of interacting with the students, they are always making sure students are active in their academics and social experiences. The teachers at WCA really care about the students and like to build personal relationships with them.
This school district is highly organized and involved with the community. The town is supportive and spirited, and the teachers are ALL highly trained and prepared to give students the best education. I would love to see a change in the way the school system uses students opinions on big decisions impacting all schools.
Being a student in this district has brought me many opportunities. One that is the most unique is the ability of being able to graduate a year early. This is an unique opportunity because other schools won't allow their students graduate a year early since the typical high school experience is four years but for me it is three years. Being granted this opportunity allowed me to accomplish my dreams of graduating a wizard and then move back with my parents who just recently moved to Washington state. Another opportunity that has set this school district a part from others is all of the opportunities for college credit through AP classes, duel-enrollment with UNC, and concurrent enrollment at AIMS. With these three different ways of gaining college credit allows students to go to college with having many of the General Education classes taken care of resulting in them being able to go directly into their desire major required classes.