Monroe City R-I School District is a public school district located in Monroe City, MO. It has 762 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
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Monroe City R-I School District Reviews
The town of Monroe City is amazing and I can proudly say that. Monroe City is in my blood and will never escape. The school is great and I have had an amazing high school experience. I would say we have some of the beat facility ever! Being a town of only 2,000 people you are able to have small classes. Out English department is kind of rough. That shows in my ACT scores as well. Other that Monroe City R-1 is an amazing place to be!
Monroe City R-1 has provided an excellent high school education to our daughter. She attended a private k-12 so we were nervous about entering the public school system but she has excelled in her studies. Teachers are great and very supportive of pushing students to do their best. She has also excelled in extra curricular activities such as student council, Future Farmers of America, and National Honors Society and was president of these 3 organizations her senior year.
Buckle your seat belts. I am going to be really honest with you. Monroe City R-1 School District failed to adequately prepare me for existence outside of high school. My personal finance education did not even cover the proper way to write a check let alone how to balance a check book. My English classes were a joke to put it nicely, and did not push students to read or enjoy it. The only foreign language offered is Spanish levels one and two, and are not structured well. The mathematics courses are diligent and perhaps the only structured and well-taught courses available. The band and choir is taught by new instructors every school year, which make excelling difficult as well.