Marion Center Area School District is a public school district located in Marion Center, PA. It has 1,384 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 48% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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Marion Center Area School District Reviews
Marion Center School District has became a huge joke for my senior year. All the teachers yell at you for the littlest things, even if you are walking down the hall you get yelled at for walking the wrong way. The teachers are no longer helpful, but complain because you are failing their class. They have you some what ready for college if you take AP classes. The food is gross. It looks like it has been sitting out for years after years. It taste awful and I have had to pack my lunch for the past 5 years. The sports are full of drama and I can longer play the sports without it being miserable.
Marion center school was connected with the Indiana County Technology Center so I had my core studies at Marion Center and my technical skills from ICTC. I enjoyed attending high school thete, although there is not too much diversity amongst the student body. It took some time to get used to all the different nationalities, religious beliefs and just family backgrounds once I attended college due to not being around that at Marion Center.
It's not a great school. There's no diversity, it feels very closed-minded, all of its funding goes into sports instead of education, and it the education that is provided feels very base and doesn't prepare you for college much. However, I feel like there are a lot of great teachers in the district, they just don't get much support from the administration.