Wayne Community Junior/Senior High School
- CORYDON, IA
Wayne Community Junior/Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.56 out of 5 16 reviews
My experience at Wayne Community has been pretty good. The staff are all supportive and willing to "go the extra mile" to help students when they need it.
I enrolled at Wayne during my junior year. As I was not from here, nobody liked me and they were rude to me. The coaches for sports here talk bad about you and don’t care about you. As for the academics, they were decent.
Great high school, small enough for everyone knows everyone. Teachers are really good, helpful. Coaches are fun and encouraging.
I think my school is overall a great place. I have learned a lot in my years at this school. The food isn't all that great, but it's good other than that. They took away our shop classes after the teacher retired, and that is a real bummer.
The School makes sure the students are safe.
I like the school because of a few teachers.
They all want the students to reach potential.
They are very dedicated to us and our learning
They are amazing and very dedicated to us students.
At Wayne Community High School , they provide student with hand books and some learning materials. The teachers and aids are very concerned about their students well being and also their education. They strive on making the students young adults and prepare them for the "REAL WORLD." As an overall school they would get rated an 8 on a scale from one to ten, the only reason I say this is because they do let students get away with a tremendous amount of things.
We have a pretty new gym, but our weight room might need some help soon. We have a lot of athletes that go out for sports, and we're planning a project to get a brand new football field and track complex. Being a small school, we don't get a lot of funding to build new facilities. It took quite a bit of talking our community into supporting our new complex to happen. Our school is too small for a swim team, soccor team, or anything of the sort. Nonetheless this hasn't stopped us from going to state in softball, football, track, and even swimming. Our students might just go to a bigger school somewhat close by to participate in their program.
The school is very open to different diversities, but being in a small town southern Iowa, we don't see a lot of diverse people. There are a few who are not discriminated by any means, we just don't come by so many different races or cultures.
The state of Iowa has recently passed the Healthy Food Act, which puts a restriction on the amount of calories, carbs, and fat they can serve us. Since this kicked in the food has been okay. It was a lot better before, almost like home cooked meals!