Cloverdale Community Schools is a public school district located in Cloverdale, IN. It has 1,175 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
310 E Logan
Cloverdale, IN 46120
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Cloverdale Community Schools Reviews
Cloverdale High School has been a wonderful place for me to land following some trying times with my family. I have been to almost all of the schools in the area and am glad to have been allowed to finish my high school career there. Everyone has been willing to work with me as I transitioned into the school during my Sophomore year. The staff are supportive and have helped me to catch up and make up for loss of instruction during my younger years. It is not a diverse student body and sometimes the lack of understanding does cause and issue for some students. Unfortunately the changes made in the school meals program has caused the food to not be very good and the portions are small. The but I have enjoyed my years and look forward to graduating.
Cloverdale Community Schools do such a great job at getting students involved in learning and school activities. Cloverdale's motto is "Success for Everyone", they want to see everyone succeed. Every teacher has a close relationship with their students to understand their nights at home, as well as help them with homework. The teachers at Cloverdale love to help their students and come to extra curricular activities to support their students. One thing I would like to see change in Cloverdale is the equality in enforcing the rules. Cloverdale has strict dress codes with holes in the jeans. Although the principles crack down on students, not all teachers do. Therefore, when one student gets in trouble for holes in their jeans and another student walks by with holes in their jeans too, they get to keep on walking and not get into trouble. Equality in enforcing the rules is the major thing that I would love to see change.
I love this school so much! All the teachers show how much they care about he kids and how much they want you to succeed! There has been no bullying but agian we are humans and we all make mistakes! The kids are so friendly as well