Berrien County Schools is a public school district located in Nashville, GA. It has 3,149 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 44% in reading.
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Berrien County Schools Reviews
Overall experience was good. The class sizes were smaller. A lot of field trips were offered if you were in clubs. They offered dual enrollment as well as college preparatory courses. As for change, I would like to see better advising in regards to how to apply for college or technical schools and how to choose a major.
Home town and fairly friendly with a true southern ring; Berrien Highschool has helped me to excel in all things I put my mind to through technology, arts, sciences, Welding, and other clubs and programs. A very supportive office staff that is there for every student no matter what!
I have attended Berrien County Schools for the entirety of my academic career thus far. Aside from the overall bore of growing up in rural America, the school system offers numerous opportunities to its students, and boast one of the best marching bands in the region. The educators are well versed in their respective subjects, and it is obvious that all of the staff and students develop almost platonic relationships over the years. Many of the teachers in the system are alumni, and an obvious respect for the school and its spirit is apparent.