Cornell School District is a public school district located in Coraopolis, PA. It has 630 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
1099 Maple Street
Coraopolis, PA 15108
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Cornell School District Reviews
I've been a student at Cornell since elementary school. Above all I can truthfully say that the teachers at Cornell can truthfully make a huge difference. Every school has the teachers students dislike but, the teachers that students do like, the teachers that go above and beyond the rest, do exist and I've encountered many of them at Cornell. They push you to succeed, the teachers I'm referring to love their jobs and love their students. These teachers bond with their students and that makes Highschool easier and a lot more enjoyable. One thing I'd love to see change at Cornell is some the administration take a more serious and mature grip on their jobs as well as have all of the teachers care as much as others. Cornell would better if more teachers would be open enough to bond with their students instead of just a select few. This would let students walk around with the knowledge they have a unlimited amount of people they can go to and that, most importantly, they can trust.
I did not like that it was such a small school. If you plan to go to college or further education after graduating, you will be very behind! I did great in high school and am still very behind in college courses because of the lack of readiness. Some teachers were very good, others were not good at all. A lot of them do not care if you need extra help. Not a lot of sports offered.
Cornell School District has new technology, new books for the students, and classes that offer college credits. The cons are it is small. No students participate in sports, clubs, or even activites.