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Williamsburg Community School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Williamsburg, IA. It has 1,197 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 86% of students are at least proficient in math and 85% in reading.
Williamsburg Community School District Rankings
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Williamsburg Community School District Reviews
I love the environment in this school and how most teacher teach the content. A lot of them are willing to help students and not make any student feel idiotic for being unsure of a subject. The administrators care about the students and have our best interests in mind. They are involved and help our school to be a safe place where we don't have to worry about "fitting in" because there's also something for everyone!
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 moved to Williamsburg as a freshman, automatically I felt the unforgiving environment. It is only strengthened by the sexism and racism that is not equally enforced against throughout the school. I would love to say that this experience is not one of every school, but I believe it is. I would like to see Williamsburg improve their faculty student relationships by improving the pay and keeping the facilities clean.