Talladega County Schools is an above average, public school district located in Talladega, AL. It has 7,561 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
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Talladega County Schools Reviews
the schools in Talladega county are good schools but lack some things such as; good food, more privileges, less stress. Lincoln high school is a great school for sports and academics but the school lacks on college readiness in certain places. I'm a senior here and ready to get my life together but needed to get scholarships. So im giving the review on my school to tell you the school is great but lacks in places but it is still a fantastic school. They sure do push you to your limit
I have enjoyed attending Talladega County Schools because they care about the students,faculty and parents. They encourage students and go above and beyond to include parental involvement. They offer courses to get me prepared for college and encourage us to think outside of the box. Talladega County school system is always looking for better ways to prepare us to the next step in our education. Teachers are in serviced and educated on new and improve ways of teaching students. Talladega county offers digital learning outdoor clossrooms and hands on education systems.
Talladega College is like a second chance for the people who didn’t do too well in high school. Great teachers, very welcoming, classes are great and the quality of the overall school is good!