East Aurora Union Free School District is a highly rated, public school district located in East Aurora, NY. It has 1,783 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 66% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
East Aurora Union Free School District Rankings
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- A-66 Students
- A-41 Students
- B+27 Students
- A-25 Students
- B24 Students
- A+23 Students
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East Aurora Union Free School District Reviews
The academics in this school were great. The teachers were very helpful and nice and prepared students for college. They taught great oral communication skills, how to handle large projects, and the best ways to study. There were TONS of clubs and sports to take part in during the school year which kept a lot of kids out of trouble. The school was very safe with a check in and out system at the front door as well as a school cop on campus daily. This school might have the best library for high school students--it was VERY resourceful.
The community of East Aurora is incredible. Our middle and high school have won several awards because of the dedicated teachers and students who make a huge effort to be the best they can be. I am very thankful to live in my town and represent such a great group of people. Our teachers and counselors here at the High School prepare us in every way possible for college and it is very much appreciated. East Aurora School district is one of the best in the Country and deserves to be recognized by the most amount of people possible.
Transferring into the school district as a sophomore I had no idea what to expect. It didn't take me quick to catch on to the fact that the entire student body and faculty took success in both the classroom and out on the field very seriously. I was always encouraged to do my best whenever possible and the positive environment in which I was surrounded always made me want to. Everyone describes East Aurora as a bubble and many can't want to escape but from an outsider's perspective, life and school in East Aurora is pretty close to perfect.