As a former student and a parent of 4 children I am very satisfied with this school and always have been. The scholarships available are top notch! My kids have always gotten any extra help they have asked for or needed. Extra curricular activities are well run and give these kids something to do in an area that lacks much of anything for kids to do. My kids have had some of my 'old' teachers so to me that shows their dedication to our school system. The buildings have been remodeled and look great. I'm proud of our schools.
Cuba City High School is a public high school in Dickeyville. The principal of Cuba City High School is James Boebel, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 246 children attend Cuba City High School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. 0% of the Cuba City High School students have "limited English proficiency." 26% of the 246 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Cuba City High School is 13:1. Benton High School is one of the nearest high schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.4%||%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0.4%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||26%||34%|
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There are a few shining stars (students teachers and parents) but as a overall group it is a disappointment. The teachers are more worried about their union and pay increases than about educating their students. Only one or two teachers will even consider going out of his or her way to open the weight room in the morning after school or on the weekends. Cuba City has a attitude of entitlement rather than one of education and service.
I'm currently in my last year of college after graduating from Cuba City High School. At college I've been able to compare my prior education to many other high schools and I'm always amazed at other student's lack of general education. I'd say that 80% of my college classes were easier and less demanding than my high school classes. For a little school in a town of 2000 people it does very well. Obviously you can't expect all the resources a large school might have but it makes up for this with the character. I graduated knowing every single person in my class and continue to have close relationships with many of them. My only complaint would be with the sport's department. As with many small schools sports become overly important.
Cuba City school is in the top when it comes to testing every year! They also have so many days per year that by the time you child finishes 4 years of High School he/she has actually gone five! Great education!
The building faculty (except a few) and staff are unfortunately very very poor at this institution.
A $4.7 million building referendum was passed prior to the May 2005 review noted on this site. Much needed remodeling began in June 2005 to be completed before school starts this fall. The Cuba City School District is exceptional. Don't let the former appearance of the school buildings turn you away. Cuba City students always exceed the State average in ACT scores (and Wisconsin leads the nation). 85% to 95% of our graduates attend college and more than half go to 4-year universities. On average $3 500 to $6 500 PER GRADUATING SENIOR is awarded in scholarships and educational benefits every year -- resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars to students. Cuba City is one of just a few schools in the area to offer Advanced Placement courses in Math Science English and History. Cuba City does NOT cut corners on education. The Cuba City School District is without doubt one of the finest around.
This school (primarily the High School) is very run down and some rooms are a danger to kids. The community has repeatedly refused to increase funding to the school. This has resulted in a poor teaching environment for both the staff and the teachers. Overall very few parents are really involved with the school. It is sad that such a rich and diverse community is represented by this school.