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Annville-Cleona School District is an above average, public school district located in Annville, PA. It has 1,451 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 70% in reading.
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Annville-Cleona School District Reviews
Annville-Cleona was more than just a school for some kids. This school was a safe place where students could express themselves, join clubs, sports, and help their community. Annville is a very small town where everyone knows everyone. The teachers of this school as a whole were (in my opinion) fantastic. They were not just teachers to us. They were friends, role models, and at times were like parents to us. I would like to see change in the diversity. The town we live in is mostly made up of Caucasian families. My favorite aspect about Annville is our love and devotion to our community and others around us. Annville is constantly receiving praise for our sportsmanship in athletics, as well as other clubs. THON is a major fundraiser we do for children with cancer and our school raised over $88,000. Annville has always raised awareness for people inside and outside of our community and continues to astonish other schools.
Annville-Cleona is a very strong school academically but lacks in school-spirit related causes. Overall, it prepared me for the academic side of post-secondary school but was not engaging or "fun".
The school lacks drastically in their athletic department. Many sports are coached by parents of players on the team. Lack of support by the AD regarding matters related to coaching staff. If your child desires to be a college athlete, move to another district that has quality coaching for your student athlete!