Thomasville City Schools is an above average, public school district located in Thomasville, AL. It has 1,149 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
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Thomasville City Schools Reviews
Thomasville City Schools has been the best change in my life. When I transferred my freshman year to Thomasville, I was nervous, scared, and had many different emotions. Thomasville welcomed me with arms wide open and made me feel like I had always belonged there. Thomasville has made sure I am college ready. Also, they try to get every student involved and I love it. At my old school I only played sports and was not involved in any organization. Now that I'm at Thomasville, I'm involved in five different organizations. I would highly recommend anyone to go to Thomasville City Schools. I have never felt unsafe and I really like the fact that we have a Police Officer on campus at all times to help with safety issues. We are always practicing different safety drills incase we ever need to use them we will be prepared. I'm glad I can attend a school that makes me feel welcome and at home!
I transferred to Thomasville High School this past year as a incoming senior. The school educationally is amazing, the teachers are hand-on with the students and they will try to work with you depending on your situation. However, I do believe that they are more focused on the way a student is dressing rather than their education given the circumstance. I believe that the a student should be able to express themselves through how they dress within limits. This past year, some students had on bright colored headbands and they made the entire student body stop from wearing headbands all together.
The teachers cared about their students and hated to see anyone failed. They were passion about their job and help us in anyway they could. They were nice and fun, but did not let anyone get a way with doing anything wrong. They did not bring their personal problem to work and made everyone of their students feel loved. They had patient with their students. They push us to do better in school. Some teachers would motivate their students and help them achieve their short term goals.