Cheektowaga Central School District is a public school district located in Cheektowaga, NY. It has 2,148 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 33% of students are at least proficient in math and 34% in reading.
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Cheektowaga Central School District Reviews
I strongly enjoyed my time at Cheektowaga Central. The teachers that I interacted with made true changes in my life that I carry with me to this day. Cheektowaga Central gave me a chance to experience a truly diverse environment that helped better prepare me for the real world. The only thing that could be improved upon is the way disciplinary issues are handled. I frequently witnessed bullying and distracting students being slapped on the wrist, creating a distracting environment for those truly trying to learn at times.
All the teachers care about you, and want you to do good. You grow a bond with everyone, you’re not just another student in the classroom. The learning experience is always made fun and if you’re ever struggling with anything you’re surrounded by people willing to help. Not only is the educational gain amazing, but there is a wide range of extracurricular activities or events anyone can partake in which gives each student something to look forward to. Overall, it’s been an amazing experience and I’m glad I got to be a part of the community.
Great Teachers, but many students are unmotivated and do not value education. It seems that many students don't value education. I would also like to see metal detectors and an armed officer in the school. Guidance counselors could be more helpful with scholarship information. Also, there were not that many electives for me to take and there were not too many advanced and honors courses. The school focuses on the weak students and the problem kids and neglects the higher achievers and the honors students.