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West Irondequoit Central School District is a top rated, public school district located in Rochester, NY. It has 3,554 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 71% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.
About West Irondequoit Central School District...
Address
321 List Ave
Rochester, NY 14617
Telephone
(585) 336-2983

West Irondequoit Central School District Rankings

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Middle Schools in West Irondequoit Central School District

High Schools in West Irondequoit Central School District

Academics

Percent Proficient - Reading
68%
Percent Proficient - Math
71%
Average Graduation Rate
93%
Average SAT
1210
188 responses
Average ACT
28
49 responses

Students

Diversity
B+
Based on racial and economic diversity and survey responses on school culture and diversity from students and parents.
Students
3,554
Free or Reduced Lunch
25.1%
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Teachers

Student-Teacher Ratio
13:1
National
17:1
Average Teacher Salary
$64,765
Teachers in First/Second Year
12.8%

Finances

Total Expenses
$61,292,000
Expenses Per Student
$17,310/ student
National
$12,239
Education Expenses
  • Instruction
    59%
  • Support Services
    39%
  • Other
    2%

West Irondequoit Central School District Reviews

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Irondequoit High School is filled with teachers who consistently do their best to educate students and look out for their future livelihood. As a senior, teachers from my freshman year greet me in the hallway with a smile. The teachers are willing to write you recommendation letters at your request, read over your college essays, and play a pivotal part in your post-secondary education.

IHS is a diverse place. However, there are defined cliques, and there are fights on a regular basis. Students are permitted to wander the hallways and trash and vape in the bathrooms without restrictions.

IHS is known for its stellar football team and lacrosse teams. While games for these sports are always spirited, other sports are disenfranchised. The track team can't afford jerseys while the Girls' LAX team gets to play explicit music over the loudspeakers during their practices. The fact that football and LAX are glorified increases segregation of those who are popular from everyone else.
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The West Irondequoit school district is a built in family that has taught me many lessons in life. When i was in seventh grade i was quickly taught love responsibility and respect was what the community consists of and it was vividly shown. I immediately found a family with the friends and all the relationships i have made. Even though i went to private schools growing up, and not the local public schools like the rest of my friends, it didn't stop the love shown for me and how easily accepted i was . The teachers and staff have also created a fun work place that makes me driven with courage to do my work at my greatest ability to achieve my future goals.
West Irondequoit has a great educational system. There are several opportunities created by the unique opportunities and classes that most high schools don't offer. I was able to earn college credit and explore possible majors I would have interest in through high school courses. There was also several resources to expose me to several gap year opportunities, and colleges after High School. One thing I would like to see different, is having diversity training available to students.