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Yorktown Community Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Yorktown, IN. It has 2,645 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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Yorktown Community Schools Reviews
Yorktown Community Schools is great for academics, college career readiness, and athletes that are willing to put in lots of work. The clubs and activities at Yorktown create a bond with students, that allows everyone to be a part of something. The academics are taken very seriously here, as the true goal of each teacher and the administration is to prepare you for what you desire to achieve after graduation. The community here is active with the students, and each student is encouraged to serve a part for the student body. Overall, Yorktown Community Schools are very successful and will allow students to achieve great accomplishments.
My middle school years was the beginning of my journey into adulthood. Middle was where my hard work and personal achievements were noticed by my parents, community and teachers. My teachers were able to see and bring out my natural leadership skills and I was able to see the influence I had on my peers. I was able to build confidence in my ability to play sports and my leadership skills were noticed by my coaches. I was able to take the confidence others had in me and grow during a time that is difficult to figure out your place. Middle School days have shaped who I am today. I am a hard worker and have integrity. This integrity that started to form in Middle School has been a journey of personal growth with ups and downs that have lead me to my Senior Year. I'm grateful of the support from my school community and I am proud to say I'm attending the college of my choice where I will get a great education while I get to do what I love at the same time...play Football!
Yorktown Community Schools has not done very well to prepare their students for their futures. They prepare us to pass standardized tests so that their school can look good. Students do not feel ready for college. They barely offer any dual-credit classes and have too many AP classes. They do not have qualified teacher teaching the AP classes and students hardly ever pass the AP tests even though they pass the class with A's and B's. For this reason students almost never get college credit after working as hard as they can in these AP classes.