Lawrence County Schools is an above average, public school district located in Moulton, AL. It has 4,754 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 36% in reading.
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Lawrence County Schools Reviews
I have truly enjoyed my experience at Lawrence County High School. Being a 5A school creates an environment full of diverse students. There are just enough students where as you can have lots of friends and still know almost everyone who walks the halls. The school spirit is overwhelming at LCHS and it makes high school years very memorable for the students who participate. We have great teachers who help make achieving our dreams possible! If I could change one thing about the program, it would be the lack of funding of resources we acquire. We receive little money for our school system and it limits us to the things that we are allowed to do.
My experience at Lawrence County High school has been pretty good over all. There are definitely some things that could improve, but that is true with anything. Over all, I have been blessed to have had a good high school experience. Others are not as lucky, but I am blessed and I cannot complain.
I love the energy from staff and my fellow classmates. Throughout my time I've developed skills that will assist me through not only life but schools as well. The staff is very helpful in making sure all questions and concerns are answered to promptly and that no student is not informed.