Eufaula City Schools is a public school district located in Eufaula, AL. It has 3,949 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 26 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 29% in reading.
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Eufaula City Schools Reviews
My high school is awesome . They push us in our education. They try their best to get us ready for the real world ,and I love that a lot. My school is very concerned about our education, but yet we still have fun along the way. I’m a senior this year and all my years has been awesome we had a lot of changes along the way,but it was for the better. What I would like to see change is transportation for people in dual enrollment and other activities of campus. Some children don’t have transportation to get here and there everyone story is different. Our school encourage us to take college classes at Wallace community college but half of us don’t have the transportation to get there. But other than that my school is great.
Eufaula City Schools is an excellent system regarding public education in Alabama. I physically do not go to school, I participate in virtual education. However, my teachers constantly email me, call me, quiz me, and understand any need that I may have. My teachers are extremely supportive and knowledgeable about this program and are always ready to answer questions. They are patient and realize that online education is just as important.
Eufaula City Schools is a decent school system that offers a community-based learning experience for students. The staff is usually well-trained and professional (with a few exceptions) and the curriculum is standard. It could be a bit more challenging and adaptable for those students who don't learn like others. The infrastructure could be greatly improved across the board, as there have been no improvements in a long time. I grew up in the ECS system, and there wasn't a lot of clubs/organizations to get involved with besides sports--that could be an improvement.