Coosa County Schools is a public school district located in Rockford, AL. It has 904 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 30% of students are at least proficient in math and 34% in reading.
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Coosa County Schools Reviews
Coosa School district USED to be a great place to go to school. The new principal has made things much worse. Kids have chrome books that they can take home now and when filling out scholarships they cannot even get on half of the websites because they are "blocked by the administration" seriously? A scholarship website? The food is horrid as well. I mean all school food is bad because it has to be healthy, and they try their best to make it as tasty as possible, I will give them that, BUT kids only have ONE choice! So if your kid doesn't like what they are having that day, I guess they just go hungry!? The quality of education is good in the HISTORY, MATH, ENGLISH and TRADE SCHOOL department...but thats about it...Senor is a god teacher as well. Another bad thing is THEY NEVER SANITIZE THAT SCHOOL EVERYONE IS ALWAYS SICK!! I mean if I was the janitior I wouldnt do it either because theres only ONE janitor for ALL 4 schools!!
The experience here at Coosa was on average. There is the normal drama between teens and that things like that. Most of the time everyone gets along. You rarely see a fight here. You have the teachers that you are not the biggest fan of and the teachers that you are. Also, you have the normal school lunches that are good sometimes and then sometimes they could have a little work.
My experience at Central High School Coosa County was very delightful. The atmosphere of the high school was nothing less of supportive and pure enjoyment. The teachers there are very considerate of your future endeavors. I was also able to form personal connections with other students that are going to last a lifetime. On the academic side of things, I feel that the school could use more encouragement and involvement from the faculty as well as the parents. This, I feel, would ensure the college readiness of most students.