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Flanagan-Cornell District No. 74 is a public school district located in Flanagan, IL. It has 350 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% in reading.
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Flanagan-Cornell District No. 74 Reviews
I enjoyed going to school here. It just has the disadvantage of being small and sheltered. There aren't very many challenging classes offered. The music program is very poor due to not enough funding. Teachers are all small town people, so they also are very sheltered with closed minds. They are just not beginning to offer more dual credit courses. They don't have any AP courses for students. Parent involvement is very good, almost too good. This school is currently beginning finals for the first time next year. A lot of alumni weren't prepared for their classes in college because they didn't have finals in highschool.
My experience at this school was ok, but overall it did have its problems. I feel as if they should try and work more with students on the 0 tolerance on bullying. As well as work on its problem with favoritism with the faculty members towards certain students.
Flanagan-Cornell is a great school to grow up in because being that it is located in a small town, you are able to get to know everyone. The school might be small, but they still have opportunities for students to get involved through sports, clubs, and other extracurricular activities. Something I would like to see change with the school is that there is fairness when it comes to delegating money. I feel like there are priorities when it comes to providing money for the sports teams, but we do take a lot of pride when it comes to sports because the school is all about helping students get involved.