Center Point-Urbana Community School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Center Point, IA. It has 1,400 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 88% of students are at least proficient in math and 79% in reading.
Center Point, IA 52213
Center Point-Urbana Community School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Center Point-Urbana Community School District
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Center Point-Urbana Community School District Reviews
I liked how much the teachers cared for the students. In a small-ish school like CPU it was fairly for the teachers to know all the student's names. I never had a teacher who didn't know my name or learn it within the first week of classes. A big bummer in the academic department was I couldn't take any college classes because I loved being in band and choir. It would have been nice to have been able to choose. Also with the music department, and the community as a whole, I wish they could have pulled together an auditorium while I was still in school. It would have been very useful for the arts and even the community, but it wasn't getting enough support. Hopefully it will happen eventually!
Teachers are very encouraging. They treat you the way you treat them- at least most. Students can be a little mean but depends on the class. School does not tolerate bullying, so if you're having issues the best advice I can give is to talk to a teacher you trust! The education side of things is great. I just graduated this past May and feel very confident I will do fine in college. Offers some dual enrollment located at the high school but as a senior and some juniors you can go to Kirkwood and take what they call academies for dual credit. Overall I rate the school a 4.
The CPU district is considered a small community district, but is overall completely invested in the surrounding community. The teachers are very involved not only in meeting the academic needs of the students, but invest themselves in the lives of their students. It has been my experience that the teachers will go above and beyond to make sure that all students are accommodated to ensure they learn as much as possible. Our teachers are also involved in a number of school and community activities that help our community thrive as a whole.