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Central Consolidated Schools is a public school district located in Shiprock, NM. It has 5,893 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 12% of students are at least proficient in math and 22% in reading.
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Central Consolidated Schools Reviews
My experience at central consolidated school district in Shiprock, New Mexico was good. The school is well structured and serious with its education, making class time your main priority everyday. The school is well influenced by my Navajo culture because the school is mostly occupied by Native Americans. There are good sources you can reach out for Academics, council, higher education courses, and personal health. The staff are great and take time to help/ reach out to the students. The sports programs at shiprock high school are excellent because they offer football,basketball,wrestling, track, volleyball, and baseball/softball for the students. Those that are from out of town or not from the central consolidated school district can stay at the dorms at North west high school and go to shiprock high school or either one.
My experience with Central Consolidated Schools was good but could've been better. It was not great but not bad either, it was balanced, average I would say. There were times when the rules and regulations made no sense or was a waste of resources. Safety seemed of high importance but was administered in a very ridiculous manner that would cause students to be delayed to class, which could've been avoided, but the district was set on the idea. What I would've liked to see change would be the importance of safety being shown in a more student reliable way rather than delaying students to class, for example instead of locking the doors, internal and external, that students use to get to class to class, they could have one teacher monitor each hall until the class begins.
Central schools is a great environment for learning. They strive to college success for all students. They provide extracurricular activities for all students and ages. Especially for their native culture. In sports, they strive to the "compete with class." Teachers do their best in teaching students. They keep contact with students with apps, email. The district is a good district in academics, activites, and throughout the community.