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- Clubs & ActivitiesC
- Health & SafetyB+
- Resources & FacilitiesC+
Vandalia Community Unit School District No. 203 is a public school district located in Vandalia, IL. It has 1,424 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 19% of students are at least proficient in math and 23% in reading.
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Vandalia Community Unit School District No. 203 Reviews
Vandalia Community High School overall is a quality school. The school would benefit if more interesting classes were added and more clubs as well. Most students seem to get along, but I do believe the relationships between students could be more positive. All the teachers at this school do a good job teaching the material. The school lunches are quality, the assignments are not too much to handle, and it is overall a good school.
It’s a good school other than some teachers need to go, there are some that you can tell that care and then there are others that only care about some students. Good principal and vice principal all the office staff is helpful and the counselor there are plenty of teachers available if someone is struggling in a class to help also you can go before you after school so that’s good to have in a school so the kids know if they need extra help they can get it
I had very good experiences with teachers and staff. The teachers did a great job preparing me for college with ACT prep and showing me how to properly write papers in different formats. There was a great environment with lots of school pride. The clubs and activities were lots of fun, and there was something for just about everyone. Administration was great, and handled all problems that would arise for the safety of the students. Sports teams were a blast and there were wonderful coaches for most of the teams that genuinely wanted the team to go far and learn a lot. Although parental involvement was very low, the students made up for it with lots of school pride.