Nevada R-V School District is a public school district located in Nevada, MO. It has 2,432 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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- B79 Students
- C58 Students
- A-54 Students
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- B-44 Students
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- A-21 Students
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Nevada R-V School District Reviews
In all honesty, I have had a below average experience with this school. There are very few teachers who know what they are talking about and genuinely care about the students, most went in to teaching in order to be a coach. I do not believe this school prepared me for my future in any way. The athletic facilities are decent, but the athletics are poor. The district puts forth too much attention to basketball and football, when those are our most underperforming sports. Luckily, we have very good choirs.
Nevada High School is located within a tightly knit community. The main focus of NHS is involvement and success. The school does a great job of connecting with students. Although NHS does a great job of taking care of students, I would like to see water bottle fillers at Nevada High School to encourage hydration. I believe this would be a great way to make students healthier. I would definitely suggest Nevada High School.
The things that Nevada lacks is, good diversity, some school culture, and of course, the widespread epidemic across all schools in America, school lunches. I feel like if Nevada had some more traditions, these downsides would be subsided, or maybe even completely wiped away; well, all the downsides accept the lunch problem.