Central Bucks School District is a top rated, public school district located in Doylestown, PA. It has 18,438 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 70% of students are at least proficient in math and 86% in reading.
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Central Bucks School District Reviews
I'm in middle school. I attend Unami, and previously I attended Butler for elementary. Butler was paradise. Unami, is torture. As a Jewish student I can say that I feel personally ashamed of myself. I am constantly being bullied at school for wearing a Star of David, or even just using a Yiddish phrase. I got bullied because I said mazel tov! Who does that!?
As a student of Central Bucks School District, I am proud to say that it has been a wonderful educational experience, and chances are I am going to miss it when I graduate with the Class of 2019. Overall, this school district beautifully connects academic rigor, with the ability for students to enjoy and overachieve through extra-curricular clubs and activities. Regardless of whether a student is interested in sports, academics, or music/theatre/theatre technology, there is definitely a way to make schedules work with CBSD. Teachers provide an excellent learning environment, with a school district that is leading the way. CBSD is a wonderful district.
I love my school a lot. Help is everywhere for you, the teachers in my school are beyond amazing. We have such a hard working and caring staff. It’s an amazing atmosphere to be in! The only thing I would change would be diversity. Even thought it’s hard to change that because it’s located in a mostly white area. Diversity would be really great in the future!