Marion County Public Schools is a public school district located in Lebanon, KY. It has 3,254 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
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Marion County Public Schools Reviews
I liked that the school was a close knit community. During hard times, we could usually be there for each other. I loved the support for sports, especially since I played volleyball freshman through senior year. I disliked the criteria taught in some classes because it was not beneficial at all. I think more life skills would be helpful. Many teachers did not seem to care, which is discouraging. I was considered "College and Career Ready" before graduating due to my GPA and ACT score, but I cannot say this school is the reason I am doing well here at EKU.
Marion County Public School is really just a high school. There is nothing special about it, nor is there anything disgusting . It is a place where you go to get your diploma. The teachers and students vary from the one who care and the ones who do not. Manly the only thing that really matters is sports to most everyone. This is were most of the money ends up and not for academics or for the arts. Still there are good AP available and college credit is offered in person and online.
I attended Marion County Public Schools from kindergarten all the way up until my senior year. The environment is great; safety and academics were a huge concern and it showed!