Concord Community Schools is an above average, public school district located in Elkhart, IN. It has 4,834 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
59040 Minuteman Way
Elkhart, IN 46517
Concord Community Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Concord Community Schools
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Concord Community Schools Reviews
My overall experience at Concord has been an amazing 2 years and counting! Everyone is so involved and kind to each other. I like that each individual teacher will give it there all to make sure that you are understanding the criteria so that you don't fall behind. They genuinely care. And for changes, we are actually having an addition done to our school as we speak. They are adding more rooms with larger hallways. Overall, it's a wonderful school and it was definitely an upgrade from previous schools.
To judge a school so many aspects are to be under consideration: teachers, classes, academics, and the overall emotion linked to the experience. Concord offers many classes and experiences. There are numerous electives and opportunities such as the career center, ICE, and internships. Expanding peoples knowledge of what they want to outside of high school is something Concord does that is linked to the community in ways such as internships. Another thing Concord does is serve for the community. There is also many clubs and activities offered, I believe Concord tries a lot to have everyone active and involved in something. To touch on the negatives I think academically there are some downfalls. Concord has very low test scores, which may come from teacher disinterest. It is hard to find many teachers that seem happy to be teaching and that it is more than a job for them. Learning seems like an option, showing up seems mandatory.
Concord Community schools are a great place to learn. The school provided all the learning materials we could ask for. The school is willing to hear the students voices and concerns. If I could change anything about my school, I would want a class that teaches us more about how to survive in the real world. This class would teach us how to save money, pay bills, balance a check book, and how to fill out college applications. There is so much we learn in high school but there is also so much that we don't get to learn before were off on our own.