Cranberry Area School District is a public school district located in Seneca, PA. It has 1,176 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
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Cranberry Area School District Reviews
I liked how helpful the teachers where during classes and how everyone was nice and helped other. The classes where great the atmosphere was well rounded and I felt like there was a great diversity within the school its self. I would personally change the way that the math classes where taught and change the nurse to someone who I more knowledgeable about epilepsy. The principle was so understanding and included the parents in it and knew how to handle issue that popped up within the school. The dances where very appropriate for the different grades and I appreciated that for prom it was only eleventh and twelfth graders were allowed to go. With all that being said I would definitely recommend it to all my friends who are going to move or transfer to a different school.
Cranberry Area School District is an average school. Considering it being located in a small area, it comes to no surprise that it lacks certain extra curricular classes that would be helpful to some students who want a career in the more creative field. The school has a very good athletic program, although lacking a football team, it pays great attention to the cross country and wrestling teams. From my experience of being at this school I can confirm that the money that's given to the school isn't always spent the wisest. The ceiling has been damaged (leaking, falling down, ect.) and did not get fixed for almost a year. Overall, this is a decent school for the area it's in, great teachers, faculty, and students for the most part. It could improve on its' extra curriculars, but it's understandable to as why they don't have them.
I enjoyed the cross country program a lot. They were such great coaches! The academics weren’t too bad either. Cranberry really helped me strive to my potential!