Bay District Schools is an above average, public school district located in Panama City, FL. It has 28,076 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
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Bay District Schools Reviews
Having attended Bay District Schools my entire lifetime, from Pre-K to 12th grade, I believe I can give concise feedback about my experience attending their schools. Overall, I believe it is the caring, thoughtful teachers who have made the biggest impact on my education. Taking personal stock in each student's success seems to be each educator's goal. They were influential with every step of my educational goals, recognizing my strengths and weaknesses to mold me into who I am today. I am extremely grateful to Bay District Schools for all that they have invested in me.
Bay District Schools have great academic and sports opportunities. Every single school in Bay District has an advanced program in it. The advanced program course credits are accepted at just about every Florida college. There is a great benefit to taking classes in the advanced programs. The credits you earn in the program can translate into college credit depending on the courses you take. Advanced Placement and Duel Enrolled are the 2 types of classes that create free college credit, so the more classes you take and pass in high school, the less you have to pay for in college.
I went to an unaccredited charter school named Newpoint High School in 2010-2013. Luckily by the grace of God I persevered and actually graduated from the homeschool, Florida Virtual School. When I went to Newpoint for my transcripts they acted like I never exited, despite going here from freshman until the first part of senior year. It was an absolute disaster and I hope Bill Hustfelt, the superintendent has better control of charter schools today in 2019. No student should be allowed to attend charter schools that are unaccredited. Thanks.