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Nashville School District is an above average, public school district located in Nashville, AR. It has 1,921 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 44% in reading.
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Nashville School District Reviews
Attending Nashville School district the past 11 years has been a smooth ride. Nashville by far in my eyes has the best academic program in our district. I can tell that just by having friends from other schools that aren't as ready for college as I am. Teachers prepare us for the ACT, college, and proper ways to study on our own. Teachers ask for reassurance that we understand things numerous times a class. Nashville administration has not only prepared us educationally, but have taught us life skills we will need forever, helped create us into who we are today, make sure we are all equally seen in their eyes, stay tough through hard times, treat others with kindness, and help us all come together as a community, district, and city. Nashville does several community service projects. Our district as a whole wants to be seen in the public eye as helpful, and caring as much a we possibly could be. We also do it to show kindness to the ones that are less fortunate as us at the district.
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.