Jefferson City School District is a public school district located in Jefferson City, MO. It has 8,968 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
Jefferson City School District Rankings
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- A-220 Students
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- B103 Students
- C85 Students
- B+79 Students
- A77 Students
- A-75 Students
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- A+64 Students
- C+57 Students
Jefferson City School District Reviews
Currently my school is under construction, if the school was completed then I would give it 5 stars. The teachers in JCSD genuinely have a life long impact on their students. Not only do they have fantastic ways of teaching students the mandatory curriculum, but also life lesson that contributes to the students greatly in preparing for the future. JCSD also has an amazing PTA and provide phenomenal support for sports through their booster clubs.
My children received quality educational opportunities at their elementary school. The middle schools were good, but the rigor was lacking. The high school was good. The teachers were generally very good, but the facilities were sub-standard compared to other school districts. Recently a bond and levy passed and there will be a new high school and the existing HS will be completely renovated. This is a very good thing!
The school is mostly average. It has some really great teachers but overall most of them are average to awful. The culture of the school seems to be biased towards the athletes and against minorities. I would not feel safe expressing my opinions, and debate is discouraged by almost all teachers. The buildings are falling apart at the middle school and high school level, however that should be remedied soon. The classes offered at the high school are mediocre at best and biased towards the agriculture academies. Funds to the debate team are far too low and the importance is completely over looked. They make an effort to show they care by making empty promises and idiotic sounding statements, it seems as if they think the students are idiots.