Iroquois Central School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Elma, NY. It has 2,288 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 76% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
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Iroquois Central School District Reviews
Iroquois Central is a small school (~190 students/class). Comprised of mostly middle class families. There are no unique offerings at the school. Majority of Teachers are more concerned with salaries and vacations than with educating. Administration is concerned with special needs and advanced students. The ‘average’ students gets lost in the middle. Grades are artificially raised with bogus extra credit assignments and extra points for error correction. Better than most urban schools but could be so much better. Low value on the dollar spent.
I am not the typical student of Iroquois High School. I have a 4.0 average, play two varsity sports (one since middle school) and skipped my junior year. Partly, I'm graduating a year early due to eagerness to go to college. Yet, on the other hand I am tired of the Iroquois community. The education is average and you may get one or two teachers who truly go out of their way to inspire. However, that is not the problem here. The administration constantly removes themselves from the Iroquois community and it is known that our school is highly judgmental. Teenagers are taught to only care about grades and use them to rank themselves against their peers. My hopes for Iroquois are that with the new principal we may be able to better educate the students on how to develop as a person and not only on textbook material. Far too common these students are sheltered and do not have the social skills to survive in a work setting.
Iroquois High School had excellent, supportive, intelligent staff members which encouraged a relatively harmonious society. However, there is an extremely limited diversity at Iroquois and the students are quick to form clicks which clash and create unnecessary drama. Sometimes this can be suffocating to ones character but, if one can find the confidence, there is no reason to hold back.