Floyd County Schools is a public school district located in Rome, GA. It has 9,949 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 38% of students are at least proficient in math and 37% in reading.
600 Riverside Parkway NE
Rome, GA 30161
Floyd County Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Floyd County Schools
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- B432 Students
- A+431 Students
- C423 Students
- B-339 Students
- B+335 Students
- B+302 Students
- C+281 Students
- C+248 Students
- A-216 Students
- B+207 Students
Floyd County Schools Reviews
Floyd county schools are very different from each other. I have been in three different schools. I have been in West End Elementary, Rome Middle School, Coosa High School and Coosa Middle School. Coosa Middle School needs more academics classes like Rome Middle School. Coosa High School is not all bad. Coosa has college ready class, volunteering and academic classes. The school keeps their students aware of the SAT and ACT. Coosa High school grants you more freedom than Rome High School. All of the teachers in Coosa High School cares a lot about your grade and they will help pass the class. Coosa High School has an amazing partnership with the College and Career Academy (CCA). There is some bad things about Coosa but there is mostly good things to be said about Coosa High School.
Floyd co. Schools strive for excellence. In the 12 years we have been involved, every year has been better and better. Scores have improved, technology has been implemented, school spirit has improved through community involvement and students have increased graduation rates. Safety is important here as well. College readiness is achieved through multiple AP class offerings and our successful college and career academy. Teacher challenge students daily through rigorous classroom teachings and lots of extracurricular activities. Students of all ages are offered honors classes or gift education. We are proud to be part of such a wonderful culture and experience here in Floyd co. school system.
I've been part of the Floyd County School student since I was in Kindergarten and I just recently graduated from Coosa High School. Throughout all 12 years, Floyd County school systems have been amazing with helping students move on to the next level in life. They provide great resources to students and make sure no child is left behind. I say the Floyd County School system is excellent.