Muscle Shoals City Schools is an elite, public school district located in Muscle Shoals, AL. It has 2,880 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
Muscle Shoals City Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Muscle Shoals City Schools
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- B+165 Students
- A125 Students
- A96 Students
- A86 Students
- C+61 Students
- A-57 Students
- A-42 Students
- B34 Students
- A29 Students
- B28 Students
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Muscle Shoals City Schools Reviews
They are a wonderful school district. The majority of the administrators aim to give every child the education & resources they need to have the opportunity to attend a great college. They also provide many scholarships to just about every child that helps with the decisions they make as far as furthering their education. They also invite some of the best college recruiters to attend all sport events. Although they work in the best interest of the students, some things go unnoticed because of their "precious" reputation. I graduated a little over 2 years ago, and I truly hope that by now things have gotten alot better and more students are being treated fairly. Despite these situations, the administrators and counselors always make sure that students on the road to college are taken care of. They hold many meetings with students and parents and allow colleges to visit and speak about their university.
I love Muscle Shoals City Schools because I always feel safe and have never been in a better environment for learning than I have here. Also great cafeteria food!
The High School is great, but the administration is corrupted and awful to the point to where we're sending kids home for having red hair, and constantly changing handbook rules in ways that cause students to get in trouble because for some reason our administration loves to send kids home.