Iowans recognize the value of education, which is why Iowa has one of the highest high school graduation rates in the nation. Iowa City and Cedar Rapids boast several of the highest-ranked public high schools in the state. Private and parochial schools also are available. The area also offers a variety of daycare options.
School Districts and Education Options
ICCSD includes 21 elementary schools, three junior high schools, three comprehensive high schools, one alternative high school, and a transitions program for special education students ages 18-21.
CRCSD is Iowa's second-largest school district, serving more than 16,000 students at 21 elementary schools, six middle schools, four high schools, and various alternative school programs.
Coralville's three elementary schools and one junior high school are part of the Iowa City Community School District. The nearby Clear Creek-Amana School District also serves part of Coralville.
Workplace Learning Connection is your destination for exploring your future career while you're still in high school. Find out about local careers and what it takes to pursue them through opportunities like job shadows and internships.
Child Care Resources
For many parents, career responsibilities and other commitments make reliable child care a necessity. There is no “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to choosing the right child care solution.
The good news is that a variety of child care options are available in Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, and surrounding communities—center-base and in-home care as well as nanny/babysitter services and Montessori programs.