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Warwick Senior High School8

Lititz, PA | Lancaster County

February 13, 2015

My wife and I raised two sons and our daughter each attending the Warwick Schools from K-12. They were very well prepared to attend academically challenging colleges including a doctorate level and now employed in their field of study. I have been impressed with the quality of education and those whom taught my children. There was genuine care for our student's education and evident hard work invested by our teachers on behalf of our children. My kids may have complained a few times as normal kids will ... however, several years later each state they clearly had good teachers and believe they had an excellent education.

Submitted by a parent

August 10, 2013

As a parent of children in this district, I would have to say it's top notch. Yes there are schools with better academics and facilities, but the school board does a good job of balancing taxes and education. Haven't seen any of the issues listed by some other parents. Our children have never been bullied, and teachers have always been accessible and cooperative.

Submitted by a parent

July 14, 2013

As a graduate of the 2012 class, I believe Warwick severely lacked a good education for their students. The teachers are not prepared to teach classes for students that are not willing to put effort into anything. The school board is wacked out of their minds. They are not looking to better their student's lives, but to better their image. I will never live in this district and put my kids through the 6 years of hell (middle school-high school) that I went through. Definitely is a school to stay away from.

Submitted by a student

April 6, 2011

This school has some of the worst teachers...Most are great but I honestly think, and so does most of the student body, that the teachers should be graded critically and harshly, to provide Warwick with a batter learning experience. Better chemistry teachers, THANK YOU!

Submitted by a student

April 6, 2010

Warwick School District is definitely not a school district where the students are able to walk all over the teachers. In response to the parent who submitted the first comment; clearly a lack of understanding regarding the district in general. The school has always given punishment when needed and rewards when appropriate. The students are getting an excellent education when they want to. As a graduate of the class of 2009 I believe my education at Warwick has positively impacted my college career.

Submitted by a student

October 5, 2009

This neighborhood school offers great teachers, facilities and town support for the school

Submitted by a parent

March 5, 2007

Warwick is a good school for those who look to go into Music or any of the Arts. Mrs. Kline-Smith does a wonderful job with the music Department that is one of the best in the state. adn the art teachers are great.

Submitted by a student

September 19, 2006

Warwick is a school good school for students who are planning to attend college. The school special education department is severely lacking. They are only providing minimal assistance to these students. What happened to the no child left behind Policy? I believe the parent involvement is adequate and feel the music,art, sports and extracurricular activities are great.

Submitted by a parent

September 5, 2006

As a member of the graduating class of 2006 I feel as though Warwick gave me the knowledge and skills I needed to make in college. Students who are involved in extracurricular activities still are expected to excel in the classroom, teachers are willing to help students as much as possible, and as for the students being 'out of control' I felt like the school was run very smoothly. If the student body was really so out of control then where were all the fights and drop-outs that a reckless student body would have caused. The teachers are extremely adequate and will work with each and every student to excel.

Submitted by a former student

May 2, 2005

Academics are adequate at Warwick, although they could probably do more for the advanced students. Grading seems easy - a large percentage of students regularly make the distinguished honor roll. So, students with a GPA of 3.6 are barely in the top 20% of their class. Extracurricular activites are plentiful, although they do not offer intramural sports. Music and art departments are strong. Parental involvment at school is adequate - not too much, not too little. Overall, a good school for college prep and other tracks. Perhaps not the best choice if you are very competitive about getting in the best ivy-league type schools.

Submitted by a parent

November 22, 2004

My opion is the kids are not getting a good education here. The kids are out of control. Teachers do not teach anything because they have no control over the kids in the classroom. Kids know this and are taking an advantage of this.

Submitted by a parent

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