New Prairie United School Corporation is an above average, public school district located in New Carlisle, IN. It has 2,530 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
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New Prairie United School Corporation Reviews
New Prairie at the time I’m typing this is going through renovations and redoing the whole school. The education here is vast. From fields of engineering to the medical field we have tremendous programs to learn from. The clubs here also helps strengthens learning for different fields as well as prepare for hands on work in the real world. There isn’t much to complain about except the food that this school provides, but they are improving it. We are now having produce donated to us by local farmers and the cafeteria staff are experimenting with new meals. Overall this place helps students figure out what direction to head towards with there education, and supports their decisions for the future.
New Prairie United School Corporation has great academic programs and I believe they have taught me college readiness. This school corporation was challenging to endure during the years 2017, 2018, and 2019 while attending because of construction taking place but I am certain the project will eventually become a success. I believe that this school corporation could increase its race and religion diversity but with the amount of diversity there was during the time I attended, there was great respect and equal opportunities to all. This school corporation has great extracurricular programs and activities offered throughout and successfully attend multiple opportunities offered to these programs.
New Prairie can be very different from many other high schools. I recently wanted to transfer to Riley High School because of how much freedom their school has. At New Prairie, we can’t even get on our phones without being disciplined. Let alone all of the construction being done which constantly distracts students and make some feel unsafe. My favorite part is the guidance counselors because they understand us as students and they help us make decisions towards our future, which is their jobs. Overall, this school is an average school.