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- College PrepC-
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- Health & SafetyB+
- Resources & FacilitiesB-
Winston R-VI School District is a public school district located in Winston, MO. It has 180 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 8 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% in reading.
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Winston R-VI School District Reviews
I've been going to Winston since pre-k and I've had a lot of fun with a lot of different teachers and I've learned a lot, too. The problem is all the teachers I've gotten to know, Winston loses teachers faster than any school I've ever heard of. A lot of new teachers come to Winston for experience and then they leave right after students get used to them for more money somewhere else, and I can't blame them. The reason any education at all is lacking is because students can't get used to a new teaching style in a class every single year. Besides that, Winston isn't that bad and there is a real sense of community with all the students.
Winston has been an amazing experience with lots of good people. There has been a few things that I have complaints about, such as the English department being a proverbial revolving door, several of the teachers being of questionable quality, and the staggering lack of any clubs and activities. But all those things are more or less balanced out by the quality of the people here in Winston.
My experience at Winston High was about average. Something I would change or add, would have more sports and extra circular actives. I would say since all the factuality is so close to the students, it helps the kids connect with the teachers more. It also helps them learn better being so close to the factuality.