Caroline County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Denton, MD. It has 5,787 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
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Caroline County Public Schools Reviews
North Caroline high school of Caroline county is like any other school, besides that we're a poor school. We make due with what we have as a community. What makes my school different is the students and teachers/ staff. There maybe, some knuckle head students. Out of that are some great students. An some teachers can be a grouch. But the teachers really love and care about their students and fun, and outgoing. Overall the school is great especially in academics and sports. I just wish the school had more funds.
Caroline County Public Schools was overall a great experience. The way that I felt as a student knowing the teachers and administrators cared about my well being as well as the rest of the students, made me feel welcomed everyday. As a student you know you are accepted by the teachers and that is very important. One thing I feel as though could change and have more attention brought to, is the students being disrespectful towards the teachers. The last two years in high school the amount of disrespect that was given to the teachers by students increased tremendously and I feel as though it needs to come to an end.
I am ending my junior year at North Caroline High School. The teachers are wonderful, however, the school is old and really needs an overhaul.