Cobb County Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Marietta, GA. It has 113,151 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
Cobb County Schools Rankings
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Cobb County Schools Reviews
I believe Cobb County is very peaceful. I rarely speak nor hear anyone speak negatively about Cobb County. Since elementary school my experience with Cobb County schools has opened the door for so many great opportunities. Teachers and administration are always there to help. The Cobb County board of education in general help to create an outstanding path for the leaders of tomorrow. In my high school there is something for everyone. Based on your interest you are given the opportunity to choose from a variety of clubs and organizations. Not only are there clubs to choose from but they have something for the athletes as well. There are many different sports to choose from such as soccer, basketball, swimming, dance, lacrosse, and many more. McEachern High School's open campus is very diverse. It is crazy how many different types of people and personalities you can run into. Cobb County is my home. I feel protected here because there is always someone or something to help!
I love Cobb County! I have always loved learning and thriving in this community. There is tons of diversity, caring teachers and staff, and a safe and secure environment. Everyone cares about each other. I have not faced any problems in this county. The only downside is that there is a bit of a lack in club involvement and school spirit at my personal school. I wish that would change but that's the only thing! I definitely love this area and recommend it to anyone.
I find Cobb County to be a great school district. I think the only thing Cobb county could change or improve on is the graduating requirements. I think this because at my school, your freshman social studies class is considered to be an elective.Which it should not be, because all freshman have to take a social studies based elective their first year.But, only 3 social studies credits are needed to graduate. Something like this should be changed so, students can graduate faster and be able to do more electives to find their field of future passion.