Attica Consolidated School Corporation is a public school district located in Attica, IN. It has 767 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
205 E Sycamore St
Attica, IN 47918
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Attica Consolidated School Corporation Reviews
Attica High School is a small town school when a tight nit group of people. Coming from a class of 60, also having the largest class in the school district, I feel close with everything around me. As we do not have high test scores or strong athletic teams, we have a group of kids just trying to become successful. I would like to see the kids in Attica become more active within the school and the administration to let the kids learn at their own pace instead of throwing them in a prison like school.
I have attended Attica Junior-Senior High School for five year. This school has provided me with lots of opportunities to better myself for when I get out of high school. Some of them being the level of classes that I can take in order to allow me to be ready for college. I have college credit because of the classes that I have taken. Something that I would like to see better is the teacher/student relationship. I would like to see the teachers be more willing to help a student when need be. I would also like to see students be more ready for real world experiences such as how to pay bills, how to write a check, how to manage money, etc.
We have AP classes to help us get ready for college, and we have smaller school so you get more involvement in the classroom and I clubs and sports. We use laptops which give us more access to information and help in the learning process. I would change some of the ways our classes are picked. Since we are a small school, we don't always get a bigger say in classes we take, but it can be a problem when it comes to getting some experience for college.