Hernando County School District is an above average, public school district located in Brooksville, FL. It has 22,293 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 58% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
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Elementary Schools in Hernando County School District
Middle Schools in Hernando County School District
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- A1,448 Students
- A-1,135 Students
- A+1,116 Students
- A976 Students
- C-967 Students
- A+429 Students
- B408 Students
- B392 Students
- B+340 Students
- B+334 Students
Hernando County School District Reviews
The Hernando County School District has helped children like myself excel over all expectations. Their efforts exceed over other counties school regulations due to the successful staff presently assisted throughout the schools. I have been a part of the Hernando County School District for the past 7 years, and I can say that my academical studies has helped me achieve my goals, and further pursue my aspirations in college. I applaud my teachers who have helped me successfully complete school, and further allowed me to start dual enrollment. This has further helped me become more prepared for college in the future.
This is my first year in this county, and mainly all I can say is that my experience is not bad thus far. Although there are some bad parts about my school there are some good as well. One thing I like about my school offers many club and sports options and they are all very interesting. There is also a lot of school spirit at pep rallies that help show support to our schools teams. However, one thing that I dislike about my school is the lack of diversity in the students. But overall, my school is pretty good.
In the 11 years of attending school in the Hernando County School District, I have met some of the best teachers who really care about the success of their students. I've always appreciated the great atmosphere of Central High School; however, Central is terribly underfunded and understaffed. Most of the supplies needed to keep a classroom running all year are bought and supplied by the teachers themselves, coming out of their own money. Instead of focusing on educating students and preparing them for college and getting a job, teachers are forced to teach useless standards and instead of actually learning anything important or useful,students are instead taught how to memorize information and regurgitate it on test day. Because the school is so underfunded, the technology is completely out of date; some of the computers at the school still run on Windows Vista, and many of the computers are old and falling apart. Lastly, the food is horrific: I would not feed a dog the school's food.