Moreno Valley Unified School District is a public school district located in Moreno Valley, CA. It has 33,352 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 25 to 1. According to state test scores, 20% of students are at least proficient in math and 30% in reading.
Moreno Valley Unified School District Rankings
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Moreno Valley Unified School District Reviews
Moreno Valley offers opportunity. The staff in the district really do seem to care about the well being of the students beyond academics. Another thing to include is that the district does offer help and aid to those students who need it via opportunities. For example a student needs work experience, the district offers a paid internship program or a student needs tutoring, many teachers stay after school to help. The district is good and the people here earnestly try to help the students. Although if there's one thing that could be improved, it would be the shift from focused academics to more generalized, life-skill learning. Learning that is both useful academically and outside if school.
My overall experience at Moreno Valley Unified district is not an as good experience because depending on what school you go to and how you like it there. I went to 4 schools in Moreno valley which are, Butterfield elementary, bear valley elementary, mountain view middle school and valley view high school. I went to Butterfield Elementary when I started 2nd grade, then I transfer to Bear Valley which is across from my house because I didn't like my teacher at Butterfield on my first day as a new student. Mountain View Middle School was to strick about phones at lunch and if they see us with our phones out they will take it to the front office and make our parents come to pick it up after school. I felt like it wasn't a big deal to take our phones the whole day because first what if something bad happens and you don't find out it until after school or your someone important is trying to get shold of you.
My experience at this school district has allowed to obtain a profound work ethic and I believe now I am readily prepared for college. In addition, these various schools have shaped the subjects I truly am passionate about and like because I have taken many higher level classes in my preferred areas of study. Lastly, I think that overall despite my low ratings, these school is/was beneficial to me for the last twelve years; thus, I have become more disciplined and have gained more integrity.