Lebanon R-III School District is an above average, public school district located in Lebanon, MO. It has 4,467 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 48% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
1310 E Rte 66
Lebanon, MO 65536
Lebanon R-III School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Lebanon R-III School District
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- B+144 Students
- A88 Students
- C+55 Students
- B41 Students
- C34 Students
- A34 Students
- A-31 Students
- B30 Students
- B+28 Students
- A-26 Students
Lebanon R-III School District Reviews
I love the school system and how no child is ever left behind. The schools are great with amazing staff! All of the clubs are great for learning and sometimes they will even help you with your work and collage readiness. We also have about an hour call "Flight Time" it is all about collage readiness and learning about the real world. We even have collages come and talk about their schools and our school system have many scholarships to offer and are always willing to help. The school alone is never in the teachings just for the money, they do it to see us all succeed!
Lebanon Senior High is a school which has many things to revel upon. Some of those things are the teachers who enjoy their students as much as their jobs. Amongst some other great things about the school is Mr Lowery, the school principal who is always in the hallway between passing time with a smile on his face greeting students as they pass by. Lebanon High has amazing students who are fairly friendly and who have amazing school spirit as well as great attitudes. Walking amongst the halls of Lebanon Seniot High, you will get a great sense of Jacket Pride!
Almost all of the teachers I have had have been excellent and have cared personally about their students. Extracurricular activities are very affordable, thanks to an excellent booster program, and there is generally something for everyone. There is a pretty good selection of electives and courses that will prepare students for whatever they choose to do after high school, including both challenging honors courses and a variety of vocational training courses.