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Caddo Hills School District is a public school district located in Norman, AR. It has 587 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 46% in reading.
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Caddo Hills School District Reviews
I love how small it is. The teachers really get to know their students and are fully engaged with them. They know your family, so if you’re having family troubles or if you had a late game they are very easy to work with. The faculty members truly care for their students and it shows in everything they do. They work really hard on making sure every student fully understands. They offer after school tutoring almost always. Caddo Hills is an amazing school! I would love to see some more diverse cultures throughout the students, but that isn’t necessary the school’s fault.
Caddo Hills is a wonderful school with highly motivated teachers. Due to the school's size, the majority of the funding for our equipment comes from grants written by teachers, and from national competitions won by our students. Students have won $50,000 in Samsung technology that was used to replace many outdated computers. Our technology and business department also opened up a student-run school store in order to give students a hands-on experience with operating a small business. Although we are an under-funded school, our teachers utilize all of our equipment to the best of their abilities in order to ensure that every student graduates with the knowledge they need to enter any field they want once they move on from high school. The only change I would like to see at the school is increased pay for our wonderful teachers. Teachers shape the future- without them, we would have no lawyers, or doctors, and their efforts and importance should be reflected in their paychecks.
Caddo Hills has been my home for fourteen years. A small school in a small town has very limited options for many things, but they always make school feel like a home. With teachers who are there for their students in tough situations and always offer to lend a hand if you’re going through a rough time at home. And with and administration who gets involved with their students every day, and forms close bonds with them.