Williamsburg Community School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Williamsburg, IA. It has 1,208 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 86% of students are at least proficient in math and 85% in reading.
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Williamsburg Community School District Reviews
This school has an amazing small-town feel, and that allows you to know everyone and feel appreciated as part of the student body. It also gives many opportunities in all areas of extracurriculars in the arts and athletics. The academics are built to make you succeed with strong teachers and grading systems in most subjects The administration works hard to make gaining college credit easy, with various options for doing so. Despite all of this excellence, there is a sense of hostility and discrimination towards many people who are outside f the norm. This is to be expected at any high school, however, and shouldn't impact the overall view of WHS.
I liked the closeness of all the students.The teacher were very welcoming which was really good.I enjoy the food, but there are not many healthy options for an alternative. If there is a healthy alternative it is usually the same thing we had yesterday. I want to be able to have more options for healthier foods. I feel the safety in our school could be better as bullying does happen, but none of the teachers report it even when it is blatantly obvious.
Williamsburg is a good place to learn how to think critically, but not how to be an individual. Education is given very well, but the arts and music are mediocre. The focus is given almost solely on sports, not on the mind. I appreciate the knowledge I've been given, and the lessons teachers have taught me, but I am disappointed that only sports are revered, and the arts are shunned quite a bit. When it comes to what a school is supposed to do, it followed through perfectly; we were taught the curriculum and how to live. I only wish they could have shown us how to use our minds.