West Allis-West Milwaukee School District is a public school district located in West Allis, WI. It has 8,714 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 34% of students are at least proficient in math and 37% in reading.
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West Allis-West Milwaukee School District Reviews
The involvement between Nathan Hale high school and West Allis Central high school is encouraged. For example, the theatre programs cast members from both schools for their performances. This is something I appreciate because it pushes students to make connections outside of their school. Something I do not appreciate however is the lack of focus on the arts program in general. There’s are copious amounts of talent in the Nathan Hale band, orchestra, and choir; but, without the funding for proper equipment, the students cannot showcase their capabilities to the fullest.
I was a high school student within this particular district and my personal experience has been a good one. I had teachers who truly cared about my education and who was willing to help me if I was confused on schoolwork. The environment is good, but what intrigued me about the district was how diverse it is, more specifically at Central High School in this district. I had issues with administration at times but those were usually resolved in a decent, professional manner. There are a lot of clubs and sports that students can enjoy and soo much more! I recommend this district to future high-schoolers.
The West Allis- West Milwaukee School District has amazing unique teachers that are understanding when it comes to teaching. They know how to deal with students that have a difficult time focusing and students that are failing a course. It is also a diverse community and I think its a school district that is open to any race. Something that I would like to see a change in the schools is school spirit. They tend to lack in student involvment in club, sports, and organizations. I hope not just the students change but also the parents because we need parent supporters at events. I believe a change can happen through the students!