Wisconsin Heights School District is an above average, public school district located in Mazomanie, WI. It has 769 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 51% in reading.
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Wisconsin Heights School District Reviews
In spending all of my education career at Wisconsin Heights, I have learned quite a bit about the school. Overall, I am pleased with the quality of education I have received from the school and the quality of the culture there. Wisconsin Heights, being a fairly small school, has a very close-knit culture. Teachers know students on a first-name basis and are often involved in students' lives. Furthermore, because of Wisconsin Heights' small size, teachers often have small class sizes and are able to connect with students even more. Not only do small class sizes help teachers build more of a relationship with their students, they also help Wisconsin Heights achieve such a high quality of education. Wisconsin Heights is consistently ranked highly for academics. This is thanks to the exceptional teaching staff. Each teacher genuinely cares about his or her students. I feel Wisconsin Heights is a very good school and I am glad to have been a student there.
Wisconsin Heights School District is an overall great school! It has that small community feel and the whole community cares and is involved in the school district. It has high academic excellence and standards of the students. Students that graduate are prepared to succeed in their future.
The kids aren’t very kind and neither are some of the staff members. They don’t offer many AP’s and the food is just generic school food. The facilities have not been updated on the high school’s side since it was built in the sixties.