Boonville R-I School District is an above average, public school district located in Boonville, MO. It has 1,505 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 34% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
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Boonville R-I School District Reviews
Boonville R-1 High School is a small town school. One student knows all of the other students in his or her class. There are many clubs and sports teams to participate in, including; Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Student Council, Key Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), dance team, band, tennis, soccer, basketball, football, and more! it is evident that most of the staff likes what they do in the school, but there are a couple lazy teachers. The cafeteria food is not always the best, and there's not much variety. There are plenty of college level classes offered for those looking to take those classes. The thing I would like to see changed is how the money in the school is distributed. The money at Boonville High School is distributed heavily towards the sports and not enough towards academics.
The community is very involved with the school district. Sports and activities are both excellent. Coaches and activity directors are very dedicated to their job. The fine arts programs are excellent. Most teachers are great, but not all of them. Academics left me feeling mostly prepared for college, but not the real world. I would like to see improvement in the readiness for real life decisions. The food also needs much improvement.
I enjoyed the academic programs and the diversity in extra circulars. However, I did find it difficult to deal with the rude comments that went around my school on a daily basis. It was hard to make it through the school day sometimes when there was so much negativity going around, I felt safe with the teachers and staff, but the students? I felt extremely uncomfortable around the majority of them, I felt like I had to hide so that I wouldn't be ridiculed or shamed for the things I have done.