Cabot School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Cabot, AR. It has 10,625 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 60% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
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Cabot School District Reviews
My experience with CSD was really good! I never really had any issues growing up and didn't get into any trouble. I felt that most teachers cared for their students and our grades. I think they need to work on preparing students for life after graduation such as finances, insurance, credit, and things of that nature.
Great School! I moved from a private christian school in Mccomb MS to Cabot school system back in 2007. It has been a great change, they have more classes to offer, better diversity being a public school system, and the athletics program is second to none. I would rank Cabot school district top school district if anyone is considering moving to central Arkansas area. It is also very safe, considering recent school tragedies, this is very important. I feel this is due to the parental involvement.
Cabot School District is fantastic in that they care about students and faculty, and hire the best teachers they can find. In the higher schools, there are frequent suicide prevention seminars and counselors spend time with high school students to make sure they find the right college and scholarships, as well as take the right classes. The teachers are mostly experienced and kind people. There are many activities and clubs for students to take part in, ranging from sports, community service and vocational. There are advanced, AP and college credited courses to challenge students and promote life beyond high school. However, the district should be doing more to promote diversity among students, especially being a suburban "white flight" town. My past 5 years (8-12) in the Cabot School District have been mostly positive, and I'm glad when I graduate I'll get to call myself a panther alumni.