Edmonson County Public Schools is a public school district located in Brownsville, KY. It has 1,959 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
100 Wildcat Way
Brownsville, KY 42210
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Edmonson County Public Schools Reviews
Edmonson County Public Schools are like every school. They have their fair share of fights and drama, but they are very concerned about the academics of the students and their future careers. As a senior, my class will be the first class to graduate college or career (recently changed to transitional) ready. They are doing everything they can to be sure each student is ready for college or ready to head straight into work after they graduate. Also, I would consider the Edmonson County School system to be friend and like family. Edmonson County is a small county as it is so everyone knows everyone. There are only two elementary schools that go into one, so thankfully everyone already knows each other and, maybe if you have not already met some of the other kids from the elementary school through sports or church, you are more than likely to meet another best friend.
Edmonson County is and always will be a wonderful school district. Small student body and always a great teaching force. Unlike any other school district in the nation, you couldn’t ask for better.
Worst schools in the nation located in the armpit of the nation. Lacks diversity. Xenophobic redneck idiots live here on the edge of poverty. Parents have nothing better to do than sit home & collect unemployment.