West Lafayette Community School Corporation is an elite, public school district located in West Lafayette, IN. It has 2,104 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 86% of students are at least proficient in math and 87% in reading.
West Lafayette Community School Corporation Rankings
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Elementary Schools in West Lafayette Community School Corporation
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- A+171 Students
- A97 Students
- B+37 Students
- A+34 Students
- A+31 Students
- A+29 Students
- A+28 Students
- A25 Students
- A+23 Students
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West Lafayette Community School Corporation Reviews
It's really nice, all of the other students are good mostly and the teachers are great! The teachers offer help for bullying and house problems. I feel safe and happy when I'm at school. The school is overall very clean with good food. All kids eat healthy there is a variety of foods and friendly lunch ladies.
West Lafayette offers a challenging curriculum that definitely prepares one not only for college, but also for the real world. The administrators and staff are absolutely wonderful. Most of the teachers I have had throughout all four years of high school, and two years of junior high, have genuinely influenced my life in one way or another.
I grew up going to school in the West Lafayette Community School Corporation. I love being in all the schools of this community and even may want to teach there when I graduate. What I enjoy most about the school corporation is that it is extremely diverse. There are so many students with different backgrounds and cultures and going to school with all these classmates gives such a great opportunity to learn about different cultures and make life-long friends while doing so. Overall I think this community is amazing and I feel extremely privileged that I was able to grow up and go through school in the West Lafayette Community School Corporation.