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Crown Point Community School Corporation is a highly rated, public school district located in Crown Point, IN. It has 8,113 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 79% of students are at least proficient in math and 84% in reading.
200 E North St
Crown Point, IN 46307
(219) 663-3371

Crown Point Community School Corporation Rankings

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Average ACT
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Free or Reduced Lunch


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$9,588/ student
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Crown Point Community School Corporation Reviews

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I enrolled my daughter in the Crown Point Community School Corporation beginning with her Freshman year of high school because of the school's wonderful reputation. It was difficult for my daughter to begin at a new school beginning in high school. She did not want to leave her friends but into her sophomore year of high school she told me that she wished I would have enrolled her sooner. The teachers helped her to excel in math and science and prepared her for college. She became very involved in a variety of clubs that the school had to offer. My daughter has blossomed into a well rounded, confident, and happy individual. The credit goes to the staff and administration of Crown Point School Corporation!
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I can’t praise DME enough. This school really is amazing and it’s due to the staff there. The Principle(Ms Buchko) is a great listener & great with all of the students. She’s never too busy to help anyone in need. The secretaries will smile when you walk in and The custodian (Mike), I’ve seen this man put his mop down to talk to a student who was having a rough day,he asked if students wanted to help him paint a backdrop for last years fifth grade musical using his own paint &recycled boards.He also has games during lunch to help 1 graders learn their spelling words.They have a great counselor that helps students cope with their emotions. My son has benefited from Mrs Bellamy’s strategies. For being under tremendous pressure the teachers are tops & truly love their students & want them to succeed. Communications are always immediate and not a week later.
I attended Crown Point schools for my entire academic career leading up to college and I think I benefited a lot from that. I graduated in 2016 and it's because the quality of the schools, that it made it hard leaving. Crown Point is an inclusive school, they make sure that they provide something for everyone to be involved in. As someone who was very involved with the music program at Crown Point for 8 of the 12 years that I attended there, I was able to see how invested not only the students but the teachers were in their work. Crown Point does have weaknesses, for example, Crown Point has become a large school corporation making class sizes larger which then narrows the teacher to student ratio. While this poses itself as a problem, Crown Point takes it as a challenge and finds ways to accommodate for that, with the teachers that they higher, providing tutoring services, and allotting office hours for each teacher for the students to seek extra help.