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Grandview C-IV School District is a public school district located in Grandview, MO. It has 4,280 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 35% in reading.
Grandview C-IV School District Rankings
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Grandview C-IV School District Reviews
At Grandview High School, the things I liked the most was that we were all a big family. If a student felt uncomfortable with a situation going on at home or even while in school nobody hesitated to tell a teacher. The teachers build a strong bond with their students, making them feel welcomed and at home when attending school. Some improvements we could work on are the athletics. Our boys basketball team has lead the school in athletics for the passed 4 years but it would be even better if every sport was talented.
My family grew up in the city of Grandview. My mom and her two sisters graduated from there, and so did all my cousins and now its my turn. It took me a while to get comfortable with the school because I was leaving all my friends that I grew up with. But Grandview is a really good school. We are known for our amazing sports teams. This years varsity boys basketball team won the state title for their division this year! It was such a big deal for our school.
The schools and faculty with in them really do work for the students success... for the most part. The schools need more community support and career integration. I feel this would get Grandview at least one more star. To truly make this a five star school You would honestly have to change the lifestyle and circumstances of students which is considerably impossible. The demographics as far as wealth status is concerned doesn't allow for the same opportunities to be accessed with ease like you would find at your typical "five star school".