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Jacksonville North Pulaski School District is a public school district located in Jacksonville, AR. It has 4,256 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 27% in reading.
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Jacksonville North Pulaski School District Reviews
Jacksonville High school overall is honestly a great school as far as administration . There are teachers and admin that attend this school and really wants the best for the students , you can see it in how they carry them selves and how they approach their teachings. However, Some teachers Aren't great and don't act as if they want to teach the students. Which only encourage the students to not want to earn or even take school serious. Yet, I would still say I've grown with this school, I have been a Jacksonville scholar since elementary school. Therefore, It help sculpt me into who I am today and wouldn't change it for the world.
If you are a reserved individual and love to learn on your own well you are in luck, because you might have to do that. With the absence of enforcement of the rules, students will run over the teachers and may run over you. For improvement, there needs to be a more serious approach towards disobedient students and personally I believe taking corporal punishment and spiritual energies out of school is what stops us from controlling youth.
The teachers and most of the admin were great, but the students were not. There was a lot of tension within the student body. In my sophomore year, the seniors went crazy throwing things at a pep rally so no one got any more. Not even after they graduated. They treat students like prisoners and do not offer very many outlets.