Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 is an above average, public school district located in Burnsville, MN. It has 9,030 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 46% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Rankings
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High Schools in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191
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- A+512 Students
- A-189 Students
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- A+147 Students
- B136 Students
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- A112 Students
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 Reviews
My school has its ups and downs. I like our drumline and the passion that we put into everything. I like our theatre guild! We don't have much money for a set, but we still all build together and it really strengths our community. I think that some of my teachers could definitely care more about the students, but the teachers that do make up for the few that don't. I have always liked my french teacher, and the bittersweet she teaches with, knowing that they may cut her class in a few years due to financial reasons. My school is very diverse and has had its problems with racism and fights. I still love my school though, I like being a Burnsville kid! It has its problems like any school, but I can't help but see the good parts.
My school is a good place for students who just came to america like me. My school is described as diversity which they want student to value that. However, that diversity doesn’t make it any better. It only makes more divisions between students. I remember went to every football home games, students were sitting in 3 groups. White students aka popular kids would sit in a big group shouting and screaming. Black students would sit in another group as well as the cheerleaders are all black. As Asians students, we’re the minority. We blended ourselves and sit anywhere we possibly could. I first time in life get to see with my own eyes when group of white students started to throw the small balls to the cheerleaders while they were cheering.
I started attending Burnsville Highschool in 2016 as a freshman. Burnsville started out as a great school (would have given it 4 stars), but with recent decisions has made it worse. The poor decision this district has made, is to cut all CIS classes and most AP. One thing that I use to appreciate about 191 is all there opportunities to get college credit for free. For some students this would be great help with paying for college, since most will be first generation college students of their families. If a student took advantage of all the opportunities offered to them and passed all the AP tests, they would finish with about three semesters of credits done. Saving a whole year and a half of college. But now that the school is cutting this program there is not much left to the school other then drugs and fights.