Edison Joint School District No. 54 is a highly rated, public school district located in Yoder, CO. It has 228 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
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Edison Joint School District No. 54 Reviews
Though I haven't been to any other school, Edison would still be my main choice of coming back to. The school provides a college algebra math class during school hours and a few English classes that are college level as well. Many students are prepared by the time they get to be a junior in which they are given the chance to take two years of college classes, taking up half the day so the students could still come back to Edison for their last credits they need to graduate. The only thing about Edison that may be seen as 'off' or that needs to change is the diversity and mind set. Just about everyone in the school has the same opinions about anything you can think of, aside from medial topics such as food or pets. From my time at this school, there have only been two instances where not only Caucasian students reside.
I love Edison! The small tight knit community is wonderful. Small class sizes ensure plenty of individual time with your teachers. The curriculum are great and they leave no room for failure. Teachers are willing to go above and beyond for your success.
While the educational opportunities and the community were well worth the time, there are many factors that restrained my experience. One such experience includes an employee that I had awaited over an hour to meet and they spent the majority of that time talking on the phone to someone unrelated to our conversation. Another problem occurred when the school forgot to ask for my transcript halfway through the year-which prevented me from entering their AVP program. However, teachers were resourceful and I learned more from them than at previous schools. Overall, I'd rate this school at a 3 out of 5.