Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is an above average, public school district located in Charlotte, NC. It has 147,337 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 47% in reading.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Rankings
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- B+6,631 Students
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- A+5,569 Students
- A-3,604 Students
- B+3,364 Students
- B3,068 Students
- B-2,616 Students
- B2,588 Students
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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Reviews
Every teacher I have had while attending public schools in this district have been very nice, caring, and involved in each students education. Not only the teachers, but the school staff on these campuses in which they are also very caring towards student success and their future. Tutoring is offered weekly and other various programs to help students who need it so they can excel in classes they are having difficulty in. Overall, I have enjoyed attending school in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district!
I have been attending CMS schools ever since pre-k I have always felt welcomed and safe all througout my school years, up to know in highschool I am still loving my experience with CMS schools and there structure of teaching. I have always been an A B honor roll student and it is all thanks to the structure the teachers teach and the support CMS provides for it students!
Charlotte Mecklenburg schools have me my first experience with diversity my elementary school and middle school years. Because I am in the IB program at my high school it requires multiple resources and support from our peers, teachers, administration and parents. IB offers higher level classes with rigorous study habits and homework time, rarely leaving time to go and participate in extracurricular activities but me and my classmates have learned to sacrifice or lives and daily sleep to achieve the highest education because we only get one shot. I attend a Title 1 school but I take the highest level class (International Bachelorette Programme); we are limited on resources and opportunities other schools of a higher ranking receive. Although it is my last year I hope to see changes with diversity as well as equity for resources.