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- Resources & FacilitiesC+
West Ada School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Meridian, ID. It has 40,205 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
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West Ada School District Reviews
I moved into West Ada School District from a prominent community in Colorado Springs and was afraid that there would be a difference in curriculum and how it would assist me in preparing for my future. However, when I moved I was shocked at the caliber of education. I had more structure and assistance in this school district than I have ever before. The only thing that I would like to see different is more diversity in students and teachers alike!
I absolutely love this school district! I have attended three of the high schools within this district, Meridian High School, Centennial High School, and Renaissance High School. I also attended Sawtooth Middle School. The teachers are great, the student body is great! The schools I have attended are intimate but arguably large, the people are humble and the vibes are good! 10/10 recommend!
I appreciate how they try to include the different schools in things. However, their response for the Covid-19 pandemic has been less than satisfactory. They only closed the school due to the lash back and parental concerns only after the Boise School District closed before. They announced it at midnight on Monday with no warnings. It seems like this school district only follows what the surrounding schools districts do because they are stubborn on student education in person so they had no back up plans for online schools. This district needs to be more prepared for something that might be inevitable, especially since they had warnings in advance about the pandemic. I'm grateful on how they are trying to give Seniors a memorable graduation (kinda) considering the circumstances. Centennial High School is doing a fantastic job reaching out to Seniors to give them the attention and congratulations they deserve. It certainly has been an interesting Senior year for the Class of 2020.