Clinton Community School District is a public school district located in Clinton, IA. It has 3,940 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 76% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
Clinton Community School District Rankings
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Clinton Community School District Reviews
Clinton Community School District has a lot to offer students. The facilities are top notch and provide a variety of options for students to explore interests. The communication with parents is lacking, however I think the administration expects a lot out of their students and challenges them to take responsibility of their own destiny. Clinton has a diverse population allowing different cultures to be acknowledged and respected in a learning environment. I feel that my son was offered a range of options to explore academics that he was interested in as well as receiving the "basics" to make for a well rounded educational experience. I believe he was taught the proper tools to succeed in a college setting.
Clinton Community School District is your average school district. The push for school spirit and school activity involvement is excellent and it really helps everyone with all type of personalities take an interest in new things. Even though the push for student involvement is good there is some downfalls with it, not every schools is perfect. The school gets involved in helping student who are struggling pass which doesn't seem like a bad thing, but they go to the point of handing the students the answers just to get them to pass which doesn't teach them how to problem solve or teach them the material.
I love the staff in the school district, they are amazing. Unfortunately, especially at the high school level, the facilities are quite poor and the sports teams are horrible. We have minimal clubs to join and most of the leaders of the clubs aren’t in the clubs to make them enjoyable, they are in them for the money. Besides the crappy sports and clubs, the food also sucks and there aren’t many healthy choices.