Lanier County Schools Reviews
What I like about Lanier County is that the school isn’t too big. You aren’t overwhelmed with so many people as you would be st a 6a school. Something I would like to see change is more people participating in dual enrollment. It is a great opportunity for students.
I grew up in Lanier County. It was much smaller than it is now. The FFA program is small only because students are more worried about social life than learning. The students now are lazy to put much effort in to after school activities that the school and rec department provide.
The town is extremely rural and out-of-the way, so there is not much to do in the town around the school. However, the school itself offers a solid education, and it is homey enough so that you can make a lot of friends very quickly, which is a good thing. Not much in variety of extra curricular courses or activities, but the ones that they do have are tons of fun.
I would like to see the students treated like students instead of best friends of the teachers. Students that are not from the area originally, they will be pushed aside for children who grew up in lanier county.
The teachers build good connections with their students. However, if you want to go on to a university that's worth your money then this school is hardly preparatory.
An okay school, but not very much is done about bullying. Administration is more concerned about dress code than anything else.
This is a very small school which has its limitations and disadvantages, but also has advantages. You are able to develop a good relationship with teachers and it's easy to be involved in multiple extracurricular activities.