Christian County Public Schools is a public school district located in Hopkinsville, KY. It has 8,793 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 38% of students are at least proficient in math and 46% in reading.
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Christian County Public Schools Reviews
For the most part, I love CCPS. They have heart felt teachers and most times understand their students, but, sometimes thing can be taken overboard. Hopkinsville High School had a rough start with the new principal last year, but maybe because he was trying to figure out his students, this year he has gained small bonds with some students.
Christian County Public Schools are fairly average. The classes are fairly easy to pass, making friends is easy, there are few bullies. Our sports teams are the best in the district as far as my knowledge goes, however I do not follow the sports side. We have many extracurricular activities that students are allowed to participate in, and our principals really push for the students' education.
My experience at Christian County High School has been okay, but there are numerous flaws in the school system. From our administration, the lack of teachers who actually care about their students, and the amount of favortism that is shown. As a senior, I have gone to this school for almost 4 years now so I have witnessed every last one of these things go on. There are some teachers who just absolutely do not care about their jobs & make no effort whatsoever in teaching us the content that we need. Almost all of the administrative staff has their own group of students that they pick & choose to show favoritism to, whether it be because of their academic abilities, or their race. One of my teachers is currently going through a legal battle with the school system because of the slander, lies, and discrimination that has been shown to her by the school staff, just for trying to do her job.