Carrollton City Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Carrollton, GA. It has 4,923 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
Carrollton City Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Carrollton City Schools
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- B-221 Students
- A+176 Students
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- A-66 Students
- A+65 Students
- B-55 Students
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Carrollton City Schools Reviews
Carrollton city schools are a great place for anyone to receive great education. The teachers, administrative, and even students are very serious about their academics. The teachers are knowledgeable and implement fun activities that correlate with what we're learning. There are many clubs/activities that you can join. There are many kids from different backgrounds. The food is healthy and tasty. Everything about carroll county schools is top notch!
I attended Carrollton City Schools my entire K-12 career. I can honestly say being able to graduate from Carrollton High School was one of the greatest opportunities I have ever had, I am honored to be an alumna of Carrollton High School. The staff, students, administration, really everyone in the system are terrific people who are more than willing to go the extra mile for all students to succeed. I love this school system!
We have three children and from preK to graduation we have LOVED our Trojan Nation. Our children are not into athletics and their options of clubs and extracurricular teams has been endless! There is a strong commitment to the arts and educating the whole child. Music, art and STEM are taught from Kindergarten to High School. When other schools cut back during the recession, the Carrollton City Schools did not! My children had PE, art and music classes with full time, committed teachers. All of the schools sit on one beautiful campus with a greenbelt winding through. These schools and this town is were we choose to be!