Wilton Public Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Wilton, CT. It has 4,140 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 68% of students are at least proficient in math and 81% in reading.
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Wilton Public Schools Reviews
Wilton High School is extremely precollege oriented, and the academics are difficult, but manageable. The sports teams can be good, but many of the coaches are outdated and don't know what they are doing. The arts department have good resources. The school itself is very old and needs to be redone. There are parts that haven't been touched since the 70's. One good thing about the teachers are that they are always available and are easy to contact. The majority of them care about your success and future beyond high school.
My experience going through the Wilton Public Schools has been overall great. From kindergarten to my senior year, I have had amazing teachers, courses that I am interested in, friends, activities, and a good supportive environment. Teachers in Wilton genuinely care about their students. I have visited my teachers from kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. I am still close with teachers from previous years such as my science teachers from sophomore and junior year. Throughout high school, there are certain mandated courses that all students must take. Starting sophomore year, students can select courses that they wish to take that stem from the regulated courses. There are so many courses to pick from that there is always more to do. My closest friends are in my grade and lower ones as well. I have also expanded my group of friends through activities and sports. All clubs and activities are open to everyone to join.
My experience has been excellent. My teachers are knowledgeable, there are vast technological and literary resources, and the school climate is safe and student-geared. A change I would request would be more funding for clubs and extracurricular activities.