Daleville City Schools is a public school district located in Daleville, AL. It has 1,027 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 30% of students are at least proficient in math and 35% in reading.
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Daleville City Schools Reviews
Growing up in Daleville Schools provided me with a very diverse lifestyle, allowing me to experience many different backgrounds and cultures. I loved all the teachers and had a great academic background. Daleville is a fairly poor area and school though, especially lacking when all of our money has gone to sports. I would love to see change in the school and upgrades to keep the school going and improving. The school also is slightly dirty and could use better upkeep, we have a very lazy janitor.
Daleville High school is an intimate learning setting. The administration and faculty truly care and work with you one on one. We are surrounded by opportunities. The school is very diverse , so you can learn about others cultures and experience it with them. The teachers are carefully chosen and all of them a tremendous at their expertise. Daleville is a small, rural town in Alabama and the safety is the number one concern to many people and it is fantastic!
My experience was an average one during my time at Daleville High School. While attending here I experienced multiple changes in the school. I have seen a lot of teachers get fired for the better reasons and even our superintendent was forced to resign. Another thing i witnessed here was how diverse and nice the people here were. When I first moved here I was already friends with several people because they were just nice people in general. Things I would like to see change ,however, is the way the school looks in the inside and the food. The inside of the school doesn't give that "Welcome to Daleville" type of feeling, so it needs some redecorating. The food here is a disgrace, and there is nothing god to say about it.