Conestoga Valley School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Lancaster, PA. It has 4,259 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 73% in reading.
Conestoga Valley School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Conestoga Valley School District
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Conestoga Valley School District Reviews
My experience at CV was an okay one. I was bullied through out high school just because of the way i looked so it was always hard getting through the day, but the teachers were the ones who made me come to school and made me feel better about myself. The teachers there really do care about their students i know some kids will say they don't they just dress code everyone and don't do anything about the bullying but they really do. They give students who are bullying the power to stand up to the bully and confront them about it in a civil way. CV made me a stronger person and i wouldn't be where i am today if it wasn't for CV. I honestly don't think my high school needs to change anything because they are already the best to me!
CV has an average range of courses to select from, but most of the teachers are wonderful and go above and beyond for their students. There is little violence and the administrators work hard to keep the school functioning well. As always, the food could be improved, but is a good value!
As a senior in Conestoga Valley, I am happy to say that this school has changed my life. I came to this school district in 2013 after my dad got out of the military and decided to move here. It was so easy to make friends and the teachers made me feel so welcome. Even though students at the school are sort of "clique" like, everyone gets along extremely well. The teachers are overall awesome. Yes, there are some bad apples here and there, but in all my years of going here, I havent had many of those bad apple teachers. I can tell you for a fact too that once your child is ready to depart and go to college, the guidance councilors will do their upmost best to insure your child will know what to do in order to succeed in finding a college that will suit the expectations of what your child wants as a future college and a future career.