John Glenn School Corporation is an above average, public school district located in Walkerton, IN. It has 1,667 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 58% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.
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John Glenn School Corporation Reviews
I like John Glenn because the environment is great. All the teachers are very nice and want to see you succeed. Teachers will often go out of their way to help students. The student body is also very involved in the school and the decisions that need to be made. Athletics is a big deal at John Glenn. Not only do students support every sport, but a lot of students participate in sports. John Glenn differs from other schools because of the student involvement in extracurricular activities. Students not long support athletics, they also support band and other groups.
John Glenn School Corporation works hard at building community and providing students with teachers that will give them the best education possible. The students are set up to succeed at whatever the put their minds to through the great education, sports and music programs provided. During my time at John Glenn, it was the best high school experience I could've asked for as I will always look back with fond memories. The staff provided a safe place for me to learn and grow into a more confident and successful person. I will never forget my days at John Glenn whether it was playing tennis, golf, or just hanging out with friends it was always a good time.
It was a good high school to attend, small class sizes, good and safe community. The sports were not good, when we entered into a larger conference, there was no competition. We lost every time. Band and academic competitions on the other hand did amazing every year, they did not get as much recognition as I would have liked them too. Being a former athlete at John Glenn, I wish they would have praised other arts and pubs just as much as they did for the losing athletics.