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    704 Stone Park Lane, Woodland Park, CO 80863
    $1,274 - $1,704
    • 1-3 Beds
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    (719) 687-2010

Woodland Park High School Overview

151 Panther Way, Woodland Park, CO 80863 , Tel: +1 (719) 686-2067 Woodland Park Re-2 School District
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    Type: Public High School
    Grades: 9-12
  • 782

    Students

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Woodland Park High School Ratings & Reviews

April 01, 2018 Submitted by a community member
Negative. This school is not good. If it is your only option, a kid can get an alright education, but they have to get it on their own. Buy books. Learn how to use the internet. The school wonΓÇÖt teach you what you need to succeed. Every thing learned comes after a battle against the school. The leadership is horrible. The good teachers are becoming harder to find. Attend at your own risk
March 16, 2017 Submitted by a community member
I am a high schooler that went to this school and i am SWITCHING SCHOOLS. The teachers at this school do not care or put any effort into helping the students. 3 teachers off the top of my head take 2-3 WEEKS to grade one test and put it in the grade book. The teachers yell at the students for having a bad grade but then show NO effort to help the students. Another thing is the dress code at this school, is very corrupt. In the same day three students could be wearing the exact same shirt but one of them will get dress coded and have their parents drive to bring them a shirt. It is ridiculous! There was one day that a certain teacher dress coded me when there was only an hour and 1/2 left of school!! Another reason why i am leaving this school is because of how DIRTY this school is. I wore flip flops one day and there was so much dust on the floor that the dust came on my feet and made them a different color. Their floors look like they havn't been vacuumed in weeks!! And they look like that 24/7! This school is very very dirty and its disgusting! Another reason why i rates this school terrible is because the food, ive had SEVERAL incidents with pulling hair out of my food! I have no clue how this school passed inspection with how the school is cleaned and also how the food is served here. Another thing that i have to mention is, if your coming here for SPORTS...this is NOT THE PLACE. This school is a joke with their sports!!! And i mean joke!!! On this website (greatschools) they are rated a D and i can completly see that being here in the school! If you are thinking about putting your kids in Woodland Park school districts...ID ADVISE YOU NOT TO. This is NOT the place for any kids/young teens to be at!!!
January 11, 2017 Submitted by a parent
I've had two sons go through WPHS. The first is a senior this year and has been accepted to 5 prestigious colleges and he performed very well in standardized tests. The school culture is awesome. The kids truly support each other.
December 11, 2016 Submitted by a parent
The school does not promote success. The culture is that it's alright to be mediocre and that philosophy is instilled in the students. Extra curricular activities such as music, arts and sports is sub par as the record indicates. Woodland Park has a high teacher turnover rate and the few good teachers that stay are over shadowed by an inept administration that operates in the dark ages. Woodland Parks ACT and SAT scores rate poorly and the lack of honors and limited AP courses make it very hard to achieve success at the collegiate level.High drug use including heroine is also a major problem and many families drive there kids to other districts and home school. We had no idea that a Woodland Park education would eradicate our child to a mediocre existence, a future drastically altered forever. Don't make the same mistake. With shrinking enrollment and funding Woodland Park school district is one to avoid at all costs.
July 01, 2014 Submitted by a community member
From the eyes of a parent, or from the first few days of a student, this school appears to be a great place. However, I, as a student for over, have seen it's truly corrupt system. Most teachers really have no idea what subject they're teaching. They have no communication skills or knowledge of the problems a student may be facing. They don't care to know. As a poor school, sports are over-funded while programs that teach real skills and actually help you, struggle to keep participating in all events. And then there's the fact that the few teachers that will take time to help there students and actually care are "let go" because of their students test scores. These are below average students! Struggling students who take "lower" classes because they have to or don't have the motivation to do better. These are students with learning disabilities! IT'S NOT THE TEACHER'S FAULT! But when an honors student barely passes because a teacher isn't doing their job properly, when they have to "push" a student's grade up a bit, there's no problem. Oh, and anyone who doesn't necessarily "fit in" is looked down upon and pushed around BY THE ADMINISTRATION. Because we can't do anything about it.
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Average Rent in Colorado

  • Colorado Average Rental Price, July 2018$1,409/mo
  • Studio$1,145
  • 1 Bedroom$1,266
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,515

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Apartments and homes for rent near Woodland Park High School

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