Camdenton R-III School District is an above average, public school district located in Camdenton, MO. It has 4,335 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
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Camdenton R-III School District Reviews
Camdenton high has a lot of extra things to offer. They have great classes, teachers, and even events! I loved being a student there. However, they were not helpful with early graduates. Early graduates almost were not allowed to go to prom! The school acted as if the early graduates had done something wrong. Awards were not given to them, almost couldnt go to prom, and most of the schools local scholarships- they couldnt apply! Aside from graduating early, the Highschool is an amazing place to be.
We have 2 children in the district, one with special needs. The district has gone above and beyond to make sure our daughter has everything she needs to succeed. They make sure she is supplied with all the tools she needs to be able to complete her work with ease and to safely navigate campus buildings. Academically they have been very receptive and flexible to her needs and are willing to do whatever is best to help her learn. Our son who doesn't have special needs has experienced excellent teachers and loves the athletic opportunities the district has available.
I like the strong sports programs that is made available to students at Camdenton High School. The coaches and staff work to provide great opportunities for student athletes, and they have done a great job. CHS also provides a wide range of class options, but at times I feel the education could be better and more academically challenging to upper level students.