Vallivue School District is an above average, public school district located in Caldwell, ID. It has 8,797 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
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Vallivue School District Reviews
The staff in most of the Vallivue School District Schools are very supportive and strive to help their students achieve. There is a lot of hard classwork in most of the classes, but they all contribute to the success of the students. In addition, the theater department at Ridgevue High School is top notch, and the teacher is one of the best in the state. However, a lot of the facilities could use some more funds to make it a better learning environment. There are a lot of students, to the point we've needed to build a new school building every few years. Bullying has also been a minor problem, but that is common at most schools.
Within the Vallivue School District there are a variety of different opportunities that students can choose from and the teachers are very helpful when it comes to helping the students. They allow for students to be prepared for college and later on in life educationally. This school district has different programs that students can be involved in and allows them the opportunity to leave high school with college credits. This school district could improve in sports because many games are lost. There is a need for there to be an improvement so that students are proud to be from this area.
I have moved from West Ada School District to Vallivue School District at the beginning of my sophomore year which was 2016. Ever since I have moved I had better grades, which was dependent on my work ethic not the district. Although the district's graduation requirements are lower than West Ada's which relieved a little of stress. One thing that should be changed is that we should have open campus during lunch, meaning we should have a choice to go home or not to eat lunch. Or at the very least, closed campus but allow students to go to their car during lunch.