Iroquois School District is an above average, public school district located in Erie, PA. It has 1,178 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 48% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
800 Tyndall Avenue
Erie, PA 16511
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Iroquois School District Reviews
The district used to be one of the best in the area! The teachers are incredible but the administration wastes too much time worry about bra straps showing or girls wearing clothing deemed to be revealing instead of teaching boys to be respectful. They are consistently adding courses relevant to moving onto college and the younger teachers know how to challenge students to prepare them. The elementary school is incredible and sets a super foundation for high school. Hopefully, the high school will continue to improve!
I think Iroquois is a good school, however, the sexist dress code and the no-phone policy were put in place to help me get ready for college. At Gannon, we can dress comfortably and be able to get ahold of family of there is ever an emergency. Also, I feel like they didn’t help prepare us how to properly study. I am struggling because I don’t know how to study for classes. Other than these things, I loved Iroquois and the teachers there.
School is going downhill. In my years there, we had multiple new principles and superintendents. Some teachers are really amazing, some really don't seem to care. I feel as though I wasn't exactly prepared for a lot of things when I went to college. But education is what you make of it, so maybe if I was a little more involved things would have been different. Once Iroquois gets everything figured out, maybe it will become a better school.