Clarke County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Berryville, VA. It has 1,995 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 78% in reading.
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Clarke County Public Schools Reviews
The facility is only a few years old, it is clean and well taken care of, and it is modern and easy to work in. The academic environment is good for focus. The teachers are patient and work well with students patiently. Adversity is not a strong point, but the student body is calm and safe. College resources are available but it is important to take initiative, counselors will not be hunting anybody down who does not show clear intent for a future education. Sports are competitive but they are readily available, and there are a number of clubs such as DECA, HOSA, and the National Honors Society.
What I like about CCHS is the small size which allows you to get to know the people you spend years of your life with. Clarke County is a very close knit community which is very comforting when you think about going off into the world with no one you know. As for something I would like to see change, I would say that I’d like to see more people support the fine arts. Sports are very popular in the county, but there are many talented artists and musicians that deserve just as much support and recognition.
The teachers at Clarke County High School always go above and beyond to help the students when needed! One thing that I wish would change is the presence of the counselors at the school. They are there but they usually aren’t the first people to reach out.