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Guntersville City Schools is an above average, public school district located in Guntersville, AL. It has 1,871 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 54% in reading.
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Guntersville City Schools Reviews
During my time at Guntersville high school, I had really good moments that have helped me become who I am today. I remember taking a class my freshman year about business. The only reason I took that class was that we were required to take it. I never thought I would find a passion in business until I started taking that class and the topics really interested me. My favorite topic was accounting which really got me infatuated with the career that I am now trying to pursue. This was a great experience at Guntersville high school that really help me propel me into future decisions. One thing that I would change about our school would be adding a taxes or bill class which would help our students be more prepared for their upcoming days in the real world.
My experience at Guntersville city schools has been fairly excellent. We have amazing staff who are always invested in your life in and out of school, a close knit community involving students, teachers, and parents, and a variety of classes are offered in order to cater to a large pool of students. Some things that need to happen in order to improve our school life is a new facility for the high school, the refinement of procedures for online classes, and more involvement with the counselors. If these things are achieved, Guntersville City Schools is capable of surpassing excellence, and becoming an outstanding school district.
They think they’re much better than they are. In the elementary school, they watch a movie every day & do most of their work on chrome books!! No real learning, more like hyped-up