East Allen County Schools is an above average, public school district located in New Haven, IN. It has 9,077 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
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East Allen County Schools Reviews
The aspects of East Allen County Schools that have very positive impact on their students is that the leaders are hard workers, and they were not all about a big administration overruling the rest of the teachers and students. Areas that definitely need to be changed are the attitudes they have towards some students rather than others. For example, certain ethnicities are allowed to break some rules, while other ethnicities have to follow all the rules. Another example is that some of our leaders claim to be for education; however, they are not willing to be flexible with students in unique situations or have certain physical conditions in order to let them pursue their education to their full ability. Lastly, as is a common problem in our nation, there is an unbelievable amount of testing. I have witnessed the impact of all the standardized testing on myself and others. It has caused anxiety, frustration, and less motivation to come to school and give full effort.
East Allen University helps me with time management and always reminds me to keep checking my grades. At first I hated going there because there was too much homework and I just wanted to go to school with my friends. As time went by I realized how helpful EAU was. My sophomore year, i realized that I should be appreciative because this school is only hard because of college courses. After 4 years you’ll get both ur high school diploma and your associates degree. It gets you more ready for college.
I have went to many different schools throughout my life, but I have experienced many of those years with East Allen. The schools need to be sure to ready their students more for the real world. I would like to see students being helped more by guidance conselors so they know exactly what to do when it comes to applying to college so the process is not so stressful. Also within English classes, kids need to learn more basics of citing and things like that before reaching high school.