Nashville School District is an above average, public school district located in Nashville, AR. It has 1,932 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
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Nashville School District Reviews
Nashville really does have good schools relative to its area. They have some dedicated, vibrant, and diverse faculty; however, the resources poured into the sports programs far outweigh those used for academics and other programs. Unfortunately this is because the general population in small town Arkansas values sports much higher than education and the arts - a problem that is not easily fixed.
I have been going to Nashville Schools since first grade. I have had no bad experiences with the school. It’s not that bad compared to what others would say. We actually have pretty good cafeteria food. The bathrooms are my only complaint, they’re never kept up with.
It is a okay school but I do not recommend anyone to come here to play sports. It is a one sport town and they do not care about you only the program of football. I played basketball and we had a good season we played 26 games and only have eight games recorded and uploaded on Hudl and half of the team is not on the Hudl because the coach does not know how to add playing to the roster. The basketball program is treated bad and football is praised rewarded and remember forever while basketball is something Nashville plays for fun.