Cherokee County has the highest number of educated citizens in America. Its percentage of students who go on to study till college is above 90 percent, some say that it is close to 96.1 percent. The government has passed stiff laws in the country which are applied with higher degree of accuracy in all the towns of Cherokee County. The form of education provided is comprehensive for children in high schools from children in primary schools.
The schooling experience in Cherokee is modified to better get students interested in gaining knowledge and more exposure to real world problems. This is the reason that more than 96 percent of the high school students pass and go on to become graduates and undergraduates. This is a remarkable feat for a county where prestigious universities such as the Iowa State University is present. Schools are ordered to be at least an hour’s drive from the school so that students do not have to spend a long time travelling to schools. The districts that handle the K-12 schooling are the Cherokee Community School, Marcus Meriden Cleghorn School, Aurelia School district and the river valley school district. The higher education system is handled by the Western tech community college, Northwest Iowa community college, Brair Cliff University, Dort college, Morningside college and Northwestern college. These education bodies all have well defined and tested schooling techniques which is carried out by experienced and trained teachers. Almost 40,000 students study in the public and private schools of Cherokee County. Many new residents come to Cherokee County to give their children the best education combined with surroundings. Students from Cherokee county are one of America’s best students who take part in every national competition.