Boyle County Public Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Danville, KY. It has 2,722 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 66% of students are at least proficient in math and 74% in reading.
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Boyle County Public Schools Reviews
For the most part I really enjoyed the school, but their are several things I would change. For one, some of the teacher's I have had in the past would give us packets of papers and then go back to there desks and sit on there phone. Another thing I would change, would be the bullying. The bullying has proceeded to get worse as time passes. The curriculum I learned has been very knowledgeable, but the way they teach it has become more difficult.
All this school does is brag about overall standardized test scores, the football team, and AP classes. They have no interest in the rest of the student body. They "highly recommend" AP classes for everyone to take. They have no interest in the performing arts programs. The only positive thing is that they provide Chromebooks for every student.
I am currently a senior at Boyle County High School and I have had an overall good experience here, my counselors have been of great help and they have prepped me to put me in a position where I have the potential for a great future. The teachers here have been great and they are generally readily availible when needed. I feel as if my time here as prepared me for my future.