Dalton City Schools is an above average, public school district located in Dalton, GA. It has 8,148 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 30% of students are at least proficient in math and 31% in reading.
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Dalton City Schools Reviews
One word, BURNOUT. New administration, literacy coaches, and fairly new superintendent. This combination has contributed to an overall burnout environment. Everyone is utterly exhausted!
There are many reasons for enjoying going to Dalton City Schools. There is a large measure of diversity which ranges between race, religion, and beliefs, so there is no need to feel left out. The teachers are engaged in helping students learn and they are always willing to help if students struggle. There are different types of teachers that have various attitudes and point- of- views. This allows students to feel comfortable with any adult in the building. Attending a college or university is a goal every student has in their life. Students in Dalton City Schools are trying their best to get a post-high school education whether through the military or college. The teachers help students decide what they want to do such as what college they want to attend and what major which supports the reputation of how engaging the school is in student's lives.
I graduated from Dalton High school in 2015. I attended a school from this district since first grade. I have enjoyed my time there, I feel like this district really helps students prepare for college. They offer dual enrollment and ap classes which gives students a leg up in college. The only thing i wish they could change is the quality of the food. Young brains need a lot of nutrients to retain all the information that is thrown at them. Sadly, the food this district offers is very poor. All junkie and fatty food, wish they served more vegetables and had a bigger variety of food. Overall, it is a really good district. I feel anyone who attended here would be prepared for college by the time they graduated.