Cherokee County prides itself on its educational opportunities! Four public school districts serve the students in our county. They provide a comprehensive educational experience for children preschool to high school ages. Creative and recreational opportunities are provided on an after-school basis in each district.
Cherokee County has the good fortune to be able to offer access to higher educational institutes within an hour's drive of Cherokee, the county seat. Below are links to each school district in Cherokee County as well as community colleges and universities in or within an hour's drive.
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High School graduation rates in Cherokee County are more than 10 percentage points higher than the national average. In Cherokee County we believe in a strong educational core for all students.
County High School 4-YearGraduation Rate, Class of 2015 Average ACT Scores Cherokee 96.5% 21.33 U.S. 83.0% 21
Source: Iowa Department of Education
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