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Northern Cass School District No. 97 is an above average, public school district located in Hunter, ND. It has 634 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
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Northern Cass School District No. 97 Reviews
Northern Cass is one of the best schools I have been too. Everyone is like family. Everyone is Always there for you no matter what. And they also are taking a new turn of education with personalized learning to help kids learn and tailor their learning to their own special needs and how they learn best. they also have so many opportunities for students like school to work helping the elementry school teachers, volunteer hours in the community and internships. And they also give us an oppurtunity to speak our mind and take college classes for arizona state university!
Northern Cass is a very progressive school with all of their priorities being the students education. I have attended this school since I was in kindergarten and each year they continue to grow and improve. The administration here is wonderful and very easy to talk to. Once again, their priority is the students and their future. Every year they attempt to change and grow after hearing the thoughts of the children. I will forever be grateful I got to attend Northern Cass.
When I went to Northern Cass, I had a class size of 42 students. There were a lot of cliques and my class treated each other poorly. My younger brother, who was just enrolled last year didn't mind the school. Northern Cass now has a "no grading system" policy in place for the next five years. Kids are encouraged to go at their own pace, but my younger brother didn't have the motivation to do any schoolwork because there was no deadline or punishment for not doing it.