North Fayette Community School District is a public school district located in West Union, IA. It has 814 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 82% of students are at least proficient in math and 83% in reading.
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North Fayette Community School District Reviews
At North Fayette Valley School Districts, many students, faculty, staff, and parents may feel that their students are receiving a well-rounded education. Many teachers are passionate about their subjects they teach and are prepared to challenge their students both in and outside of the classroom. However, the overall readiness for the college education is still not up to par. Many students who have left North Fayette feel that they are not prepared for college. Also, many students feel that the administration is not fully including students and parents into the decisions of the continuation of education at North Fayette. I hope this continues to change for the better. Some major things that also need to change are the food quality that is given to students at North Fayette. Not only are portions and minimal, but the quality is not great. Many facilities, including bathrooms, are not as clean as it could be.
Great school in the area, and makes sure students are prepared for college or for the work force. North Fayette Valley is a small school, but still has a lot of opportunities for the students to be out in the public and included in different clubs and organizations. This school is competitive with surrounding schools is not only athletics, but in arts as well. They have an outstanding band and chorus program, and they make sure every student can be included.
It's an average school. Sometimes the administration cares more about their ego, proving dominance, and validating themselves than the good of the students. However, it is balanced out by the few teachers who deeply, truly care about their students.