Batesville Community School Corporation is a highly rated, public school district located in Batesville, IN. It has 2,012 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 68% of students are at least proficient in math and 74% in reading.
Batesville Community School Corporation Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Batesville Community School Corporation
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- B+115 Students
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- A-78 Students
- B71 Students
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- B-48 Students
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- A-42 Students
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Batesville Community School Corporation Reviews
I love all the wonderful teachers BCSC hires! All of my teachers are very sweet and would do anything to help me succeed. All the teachers have their students best interest at heart and that means a lot. It is nice to know your teachers care about you and they push you to do your absolute best. They help prepare students for iSTEP and most of what they teach shows up on the SAT/ACT, so they definitely do a wonderful job at preparing us for what lies ahead. I wouldn't want to go to any other high school! However, they could update the school a little. They just added a new sports facility and that is nice but I think they should have used some of the money to spruce up the older part of the building, but overall BCSC is great.
Loved the hands-on experience! Lots of dual credit opportunities, I went into college with 30 transfer credits, so I was technically a sophomore my first year, which meant I got to schedule earlier, pick my room earlier, etc.
At Batesville Community School Corporation, there are various opportunities for students to take a part in. Within the high school, students are encouraged to take classes that are duel-credit that will count for high school and college credit. There is an Ivy Tech building a few miles from the high school location that many students are actively enrolled in to accumulate many credits. There’s a diploma that high school kids can graduate with that is practically their freshman year of college that was paid for by the community school corporation with no cost to them. I’d like to see the encouragement of this diploma be increased in order to set more students off with the best opportunities they could possibly have.