Larue County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Hodgenville, KY. It has 2,383 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 56% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
208 College St
Hodgenville, KY 42748
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Larue County Public Schools Reviews
Larue County Public Schools have several advantages and disadvantages. On the bright side of things, our school has several wonderful teachers who truly touch the lives of the students walking though their halls, and the environment is a very safe and small-town vibe inside the school. Furthermore, our school has had several tragedies over the past couple of years and has done a phenomenal job of bouncing back from them. But our school also has downfalls, including limited resources for advanced students, offering only 6 advanced placement courses throughout the entire four years and no IB opportunities. Our school has also had its fair share of rotten tomatoes from faculty to students who have tarnished our good qualities. Overall, I would rank our school just above average with its fair share of outstanding and poor attributes and people.
I am a Hodgenville native and LaRue County High School is where grew up. I loved school! Teachers were easy to work with and worked to see you succeed! I was involved in many extracurricular activities including choir, student council, pep club, yearbook staff, etc. and I felt like family with those that were my peers and even superiors.
I made life long friends there! I had a good public experience here. There was drama and issues within the students and teachers. But that's almost everywhere.