Prince George County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Prince George, VA. It has 6,328 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 75% of students are at least proficient in math and 83% in reading.
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Prince George County Public Schools Reviews
Prince George County schools are very good overall. They make all the students feel like family and the schools throughout the county. This county makes all the sports feel connected somehow and the students always know people very closely to the other sport team members. I would love all the schools to feel this way no matter what because there is a true connection between all the students. Everyone at the schools are always involved with clubs, activities, and sports.
Prince George County Public Schools provided me with a good foundation, but it does not compare to some of the districts in surrounding counties. I assume Prince George does not receive as much funding as maybe some of the other counties, so they cannot provide as many resources or programs for the students. I did enjoy my time at Prince George and just suggest to others that you research all of your educational options for classes and programs before you enter high school and take advantage of the programs that will help you to advance in your education because applying to colleges can be very competitive. Have your parents attend your meetings at the end of the year for scheduling with your guidance counselor so everyone can be on the same page. If my parents weren't involved in that process, I would not be where I am today.
I have been to many schools in my life, and this was just another one. There’s nothing really special about this school. It’s not horrible, it’s not that good either. Their options for AP classes for 10th graders is very limited, and the Honors Society programs requirements are outdated. They also serve the same junk everyday (pizza and fries), and they count fruit juice (apple juice), as a replacement for fruit. The music/arts aspect of this school is very good.