Russellville City Schools is an above average, public school district located in Russellville, AL. It has 2,530 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 38% of students are at least proficient in math and 35% in reading.
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Russellville City Schools Reviews
Hello :) I am currently a junior at Russellville High School. Growing up in the Russellville City Schools system, I had many wonderful memories made that I look back at now and they bring me great happiness and no regrets. I was offered many challenges as well as opportunities that not all school systems can offer. I absolutely love the amiable environment that is expressed through the students and staff of Russellville City Schools that make me feel at home. The only change that could possibly make the school system any more immaculate would be a physical expansion of the school grounds to fit more students and have more classes. This would spread the virtue of Russellville.
I have been at Russellville High School for 12 years. I am a upcoming graduate of Russellville High School and I couldn't be happier. All the teachers, adminitrators, even the lunch ladies and custodians care so much for the students and their education. They want us to succeed and I want to make sure that all their efforts in teaching has paid off. I am proud to be a Golden Tiger!!
russellville city schools is a very nice and overall good system to enroll your child in but there are some downfalls. i have attend russellville city schools for my entire 13 years of education and i do feel like a have been overall prepared for my future endeavors such as college then a job given all the thanks to the teachers. the school itself is a very nice on and we as golden tigers take pride in our athletic department so much so that the rest of the departments gets the breadcrumbs of whats let of funds. they were able to invest into new football field costing over a million dollars but yet can not afford to fix the pothole and craters in our high school parking lot or fix the sidewalk awning so that their students and staff would not get wet changing classes and running errands. the students however are now being brought together closer than ever before, unifying ourselves after the tragic loss of one of our on.