Pineville Independent Schools is a public school district located in Pineville, KY. It has 545 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 30% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
401 Virginia Avenue
Pineville, KY 40977
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Pineville Independent Schools Reviews
By attending Pineville Independent School from elementary school to high school, I have a lot of background and thoughts on the school itself. Pineville Independent is an extremely small school but holds the biggest hearts of some of the greatest people. With my class only having 38 students, I had a lot of courses with few students in them, meaning that teachers could focus on having more one on one time with the students in need of help. Whether it's during school, after work hours, or even at a sporting events, teachers/staff would go out of their way to help make your school experience the best they could. All students were close and earned great relationships with one another. Outside of school, the Pineville community itself is super friendly, accepting, and supportive of the student body. From school awards nights to ball games they were always supportive of their Pineville Mountain Lions.
Pineville Independent Schools, being a small Independent school system in a small town is understaffed. And the people they do have working there don't often do their job, yet despite this, there are a few teachers who really do a good job, and truly care about the future of each and every single one of their students. During my time there, those teachers helped push me to make me believe in myself and have the courage to chase my dreams and achieve my goals. They pushed me out of my comfort zones and gave me the confidence to do things on my own. Not all of the teachers or staff there were so inspirational to me, but the ones who were have my eternal gratitude. So although this school has many problems when it comes to diversity, curriculum, and the quality of education, I am still very grateful for what it has done for me.
I didnt like it. virtually no clubs besides the usual christian, acedemic team, and thats it. only band, football, track, vollyball, baseball, softball. teachers suck eggs, expect for about two but they both retired, and besdes them you might learn something about dark chocolate on a documentary in algebra.