Dallas School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Dallas, PA. It has 2,691 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 80% in reading.
2010 Conyngham Ave
Dallas, PA 18612
Dallas School District Rankings
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Dallas School District Reviews
I really love my school district however this year marks the third year in a row that our administration and teachers have been unable to reach an agreement with regards to teacher union contracts which has caused various strikes, teacher ambivalence and a decrease in the quality of the overall experience. It is disenchanting as a student that educated adults cannot reach a common ground. It has definitely and unfortunately negatively affected students. It has however, taught me a very good lesson and that is to pursue my goals in spite of adversity.
All around good school, just there is a lot that could be better. Such as more AP programs, more time for clubs, more freedom of required courses. I have some outstanding teacher that are so nice and helpful, they are always there for you. In the last couple years though the strike has been a mjor issue though which cuts me from my education and the well needed breaks throughout the school year. The student body is very involved with sports and other school functions. A lot of our sport team are very good and everyone does well in their own thing.
The school district is great overall. However there is very little diversity and the lunch isnt great. The academics and college prep rating is pretty good. The school district doesnt care about the music program, they care more about athletics. Unless your getting the school money or attention they dont care about anything.