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- College PrepC
- Clubs & ActivitiesB+
- Health & SafetyA-
- Resources & FacilitiesA-
West Nodaway High School is a public school located in Burlington Jct, MO. It has 112 students in grades 6-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 8 to 1. According to state test scores, 22% of students are at least proficient in math and 35% in reading.
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Health & Safety
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Clubs & Activities
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West Nodaway High School Reviews
West Nodaway has a kinder atmosphere than other schools that I attended. The kids are nicer, and the staff is more helpful.
Many of the students here come to school sick because they do not want to take the finals. Bullying happens often around here. Sometimes bullying happens in they classroom in front of a teacher, sometimes bullying happens in the halls, and sometimes it happens outside of school or online. Sometimes people, like myself, skip school in fear of being bullied. It often times isn't physical bullying, but physical bullying isn't completely uncommon. Once in a while a fist fight breaks out in the cafeteria. We don't have a very good sexual education class, our school prefers not to bring up the topic. Our school nurse is good at what she does but she doesn't really show any empathy or real concern at some times. Our doors are locked and there is a visitor sign in but that is about it for security.
I can't complain, this school has made me strong. I may be bullied but it has taught me that if I want to stand out and be different I have to be prepared for that. I am excelling academically and taking classes that support my career choice and I focus on that rather than the quality of my school. I enjoy my art classes, but my art teacher tends to be a bit of a bully, so I try to avoid her while I work. If I could choose a different school I would, but I understand that all schools have problems. I suppose I would prefer college, not high school.