Montgomery County is recognized statewide for its outstanding public education system. The excellent school facilities have a low student-to-teacher ratio, therefore allowing greater interaction between teachers and their students on an individual basis. Montgomery County is the home of three school systems: Crawfordsville, North Montgomery, and South Montgomery. It has three high schools, 13 elementary schools, and three middle schools. The student/teacher ratio averages 16:1. The county's parochial school is also focused on providing the best education.
Post-secondary educational opportunities in Indiana rank among the best in the country. Wabash College - located in the heart of Crawfordsville - DePauw University (27 miles), Purdue University (27 miles), Butler University (45 miles), Indiana State University (40 miles), Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (40 miles), and Indiana University (75 miles) serve the area's higher educational needs.
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