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Steamboat Springs is not merely a fantastic small neighborhood where you can live but the
schools there are extraordinary as well. Apart from drawing excellent teachers, drawn by the
attractions of the life-style, you will find that people around you often get considerably more
involved. For the 2nd year running, the Steamboat Springs School District received the top
accreditation rating from the state of Colorado.
Colorado offers 178 school districts of which Steamboat Springs is one of the 18 "accredited with
distinction" due to its performance in academics in the school year. School teachers in the town
point out that the rating is well deserved because of the active involvement of mothers and fathers
in the education operation as well as the concentration on the growth and development of each
and every student. Since classroom sizes are small to medium sized, teachers are able to provide
the pupils more personalized attention and the environment is considerably more motivating.
Because of this, every school and grade showed ratings in the CSAP that had been better than
the state average. http://www.realtor.com
Students at the local high school tested above average on the ACT "college readiness"
benchmark which establishes the prospect of just how they'll perform in their individual courses in
college. In 2011, 80% of Steamboat high school students attained these standards in English,
60% in math, 66% in reading, and 44% in science. Those percentages compare with the state
averages of 63% in English, 40% in math, 49% in reading, and 29% in science.
The Routt County School District RE-2 supplies the local community with 2 elementary schools
(K-5), a single junior high school (6-8), a single charter school (K-8) and one high school (9-12).
Soda Creek Elementary School recently received a "high" rating for all round performance and
Strawberry Park Elementary, Steamboat Springs Middle School and Steamboat Springs High
School all have earned ratings of "excellent". Student to teacher ratios are about 20: 1 at the
elementary school level and also around 25: 1 at the senior high school level. Besides the primary
schooling options, Steamboat Springs is furthermore home to the Alpine Campus of Colorado
Mountain College that provides a four year degree in education, two years degrees in associates
of arts and additionally offers facilities for outreach and community education. Senior high school
students can additionally get involved in concurrent enrollment which enables them to generate
transferable college credits.
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