Logan County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Russellville, KY. It has 3,628 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Logan County Public Schools Reviews
I have so much pride in being a Logan County Cougar! My experience thus far has been nothing shy of enjoyable. My teachers have all been a pleasure to work with and my classmates are some of the brightest people I have ever met. When I think about all the people that make Logan County so great, the word "thankful" immediately comes to mind. I am so fortunate to have such wonderful people encouraging me to do my best in all things; not just academics.
Logan County is broken down into 5 individual middle schools. It is a school that most students want to go to now days simply for the sports, but there is more to the school than just the sports. Here you have about 1,200 or more students and you have the opportunity to talk to and meet just about everyone no matter middle school you attended. Most the students participate in something either sports related or club related. Athletes are taken care just as much as the average student. No matter if you play sports or not everyone is treated the same.
Logan County has been home to me for my entire life. However, their ways of teaching have their ups and downs, as do all things. One good thing about Logan County is their academics. Their education is amongst the top in the state of Kentucky and they offer a wide variety of class choices. On the other hand, one negative aspect about Logan County is their poor teaching of college readiness/ AP classes. Although the class are at a "college level," they do not seem that way. The material that we learn is nothing like what is taught in colleges and the difficulty that we are learning at is not preparing the students whatsoever.