Spring Cove School District is a public school district located in Roaring Spring, PA. It has 1,811 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
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Spring Cove School District Reviews
Over my past four years in Central High School, I have learned a lot about the quality of various accommodations across the school and its facilities. The thing I like the most about Central is my teachers. Like in all fields, some are more qualified than others, but the teachers that truly know what they’re doing have been a blessing during my high school career. Located in the center of a cornfield, Central is a very “white” school. Basically, everyone in the school is white, so a concern I have in this aspect is not getting accustomed to cultural diversity. I do not participate in any of them, but our school has very successful sports teams. From winning districts and states in baseball and football to having one of our wrestlers place top 10 in states, our school has a wide range of sports they are successful in. What I don’t like about my school is the food and lack of diversity in classes to choose from. The food is sub-par, and there aren't many electives to choose from.
The Spring Cove School District is a very good school district located in Blair County Pennsylvania. It has many sports and club opportunities. It could use more music and arts opportunities for it's students. Almost all faculty and staff are kind and well educated. Lack of diversity due to location. Cafeteria food should have more variety and substance. School needs more focus on college readiness for all students in all career paths.
Something I like about my school district is how eger the teachers are to help us when we are struggling with a subject. They are dedicated and truly care about the students. On the contrary, I would like to see our school doing more in giving back to the community.