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Casey County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Liberty, KY. It has 2,349 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
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Casey County Public Schools Reviews
I have had great experiences with casey county high school for the past four years. High school flew by so fast i’m not ready to leave next semester. I have learned so much and made so many friends along the way. The teachers have been great role models to me and have taught me so much. I know that i can always count on them if I need them even when I go to college. This school has gave me so many wonderful opportunities and achievements. We have good school spirit and fun while we’re learning. The sports programs are awesome. I cheered and play volleyball and it has been the best four years ever. Once a Rebel always a Rebel. Now it is time for me to move on to bigger and better things. College is awaiting for me with new opportunities and lessons along the way. I can’t wait to start fresh and become grown up. I know I will learn so much and meet amazing new people. I cannot wait to see what the future holds for me.
The school does their best to have students learn. The sad thing is, they are more focused on test and sports than a students future. My future matters to me, and I think it should to schools too. The difference in what they can do, may change a students life for ever. I hope that I could win this so my school could then try to make it better for kids. Although I’m a senior, kids still matter. They are our future, I hope the school fixes its ways for their sake.
My experience with CCHS was average. Mostly because it was an average school. Not all teachers were mean, and not all food was good. We didn't have starbucks machines but we do have pop machines. The janitors do their jobs and so does the nurse. Some teachers have picks, others don't. CCHS isn't really a bad school, but its not really a good school. Casey County all together is like what some call "a state of its own". That's probably because your last name is a big deal. You have a good last name then your automatically a good kid. You have a bad last name and you get "picked on" by the B.O.E. Its average.