Greenbrier School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Greenbrier, AR. It has 3,560 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 71% of students are at least proficient in math and 76% in reading.
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Greenbrier School District Reviews
In my opinion, the Greenbrier school district is a great place to learn and explore your talents and interests, but the functionality of the bathrooms and water fountains are not as great. Students struggle to have complete privacy while using the school restrooms and are almost always uncomfortable; from the missing stall doors, to the few working soap dispensers/sinks.
I have been in the Greenbrier Schools District for 10 years, and I have a firm belief that it is the best school district in the whole country. These schools have really helped me grow as a person, and help me prepare for college. I have loved every second I have been in school, and I always want to be there. I get to expand my knowledge, and I get a vast amount of learning opportunities here. Everyone is welcomed here, and everyone here would be happy that you joined our school district, no matter who you are.
The way the schools are ran and set up are like most other schools, in other words, average. However, on the basis of the school handbook and situational incidents there is room for concern. When girls as young as eleven years old are sent to the office to get a change of clothes because wearing leggings without a shirt that goes to mid-thigh is “distracting”, or for wearing jeans with holes in the knees, or for wearing a tank top, but there are none of these kinds of restrictions for the boys, there’s a problem. The problem doesn’t lie with the girl with ripped jeans, it lies with the board and the staff thinking that this is an okay way to think, sexualizing a child’s choice of clothing and obstructing their education by doing so.