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Wakulla County School District is an above average, public school district located in Crawfordville, FL. It has 5,057 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
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Wakulla County School District Reviews
I want to focus on our county high school. My time at our only high school was well spent and I enjoyed the atmosphere. We're a town of country folk and I'm actually from the north. It was a real culture shock for me at first, but the way of life here has really grown on me. I began taking vocational classes rather than strictly college bound courses. The students that may not excel at academics here, they can sure take apart a truck and put it back together again. I'm certified in H/VAC thanks to my school allowing me to dual-enroll at a vocational training center in Tallahassee. I also took carpentry and welding classes on my high school campus. Intelligence comes in different forms and Wakulla County understands that. They make sure that they are preparing all students for a career in the future and not pushing all students into a college bound path.
My experience with Wakulla county schools has been good up until recently. I was a junior and having health issues and I was constantly getting threatened with out of school suspension. Along with being sent to WI just because I was having health issues and didn’t know what was causing them.
Wakulla County School District is a close knitted district. Consecutively, it has been an average A district. The one high school in the district has also been an "A" school for three years now. The students and staff are committed to success.