Auburn City Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Auburn, AL. It has 8,310 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
Auburn City Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Auburn City Schools
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- A529 Students
- A176 Students
- A176 Students
- B141 Students
- C+121 Students
- B112 Students
- A-75 Students
- A+69 Students
- B-65 Students
- A+55 Students
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Auburn City Schools Reviews
Auburn City Schools is an exceptional platform for its students; the teachers are always willing to help the student success if the student is willing to show the effort. The Auburn City Schools staff always made sure to challenge the students with vigorous courses that would prepare us to reach our potential for the upcoming college years and even for the work force. Auburn offered a variety of classes that would appeal to student's diverse career technical interests. I loved that I could be affiliated with clubs that enhanced what I learned in some of my favorite classes; Engineering club was a great way for me to apply my knowledge throughout the Auburn Community and make a difference. Auburn City schools has created a very well balanced approach towards supporting the value of Education, Recreation, and Family.
I am a student at Auburn University, and there's is nothing like a college town! Everyone here is super nice and kind. There's a feeling of home in every building you enter and in every face you see! I am super happy that I chose to come to school here, and Auburn really makes sure that you feel in place.
Attending Auburn University is truly like joining a second family. Everyone is so welcoming and it's so easy to make friends with any person. People from all different backgrounds are so accepting of others, and it's like everyone is blind to how you've grown up; nothing matters and everyone can be a friend. The only thing that could change is the amount of diversity. There are so many different types of people, but it definitely is obviously predominately people who are white from nicer families. But even these people tend to be warm and welcoming.