Auburn City Schools is an elite, public school district located in Auburn, AL. It has 8,123 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 66% 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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- C+112 Students
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- A-74 Students
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- B-62 Students
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Auburn City Schools Reviews
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.
I've been attending Auburn City Schools for about three years now, and it has been a good experience over all! The new high school that was built over the summer is very nice, but the glass walls make me a bit nervous for how safe the school is...
Auburn City Schools always provides their best efforts to get involved in students' education. They provide every resource needed and they give every student an equal chance. The school system give students opportunities to excel and participate in things, such as, clubs and internships. The teachers and administration take time to get to know their students and help them achieve their goals. The only improvement I suggest is updating the facilities and buildings, but Auburn City Schools is already one step ahead because they are in the process of building a brand new high school.