Jefferson County Schools is a public school district located in Louisville, GA. It has 2,635 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 21% of students are at least proficient in math and 19% in reading.
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Jefferson County Schools Reviews
My high school experience was very average. Grades were always my top priority. However the number of honors and AP courses were very limited. The only sport I was involved with was cheerleading. I did both competition and spirit. I got involved with the schools beta club and math team but I did not do as much as I wish I had with them. The people in the school were very diverse characteristically. By my junior your I did not even have a clique or group of friends I could hang around and that continued on during my senior year.
Jefferson county has a good school system. Many have gone off to become very successful. They try to help you anyway possible to become successful.
Jefferson County is a school that really cares about its students. They want all of their students to succeed in life no matter what they grow up to do or be. They want to see us make it and change some lives just like they changed ours.