York Suburban School District is a highly rated, public school district located in York, PA. It has 2,926 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 82% in reading.
York Suburban School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in York Suburban School District
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York Suburban School District Reviews
I can personally say that I felt very prepared for college from attending York Suburban. As I began my college classes, I noticed that I was a bit more knowledgeable on essay comprehension and writing abilities. Similarly, I often felt more prepared entering some of my science courses because York Suburban did an exceptional job at preparing its students for further education in many areas. The teachers and administration were always friendly.
York Suburban School District is hands down the best school district in York County. I have attended the district K-12 and very proud to be a true Trojan. In 2016 York Suburban High School became a national blue ribbon school and the 44th best school in America! The preparation for college is the main goal in the high school (rumor has it that the YSHS grads say they were very prepared compared to others students). The community of the district is unbelievable and loved by multiple people. If you want to put your child in a excellent public school I highly recommend York Suburban School District.
The academic program at York Suburban is outstanding, and graduates are well prepared for college. The teachers, for the most part, are wonderful (with a handful of notable exceptions; why they're still teaching is a mystery). The biggest issue in this district has been that students who are academically challenged haven't always received the assistance they need to succeed. (To be fair, that sometimes is a parent problem.) The academically gifted students have historically received attention and accolades, while others slip through the cracks. However, over the last few years, the district has been actively addressing this issue, and it has gotten worlds better. Overall, we're glad our kids are in this district; we wouldn't want to be in any other district in the county.