Wolfe County Public Schools is a public school district located in Campton, KY. It has 1,328 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 36% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
85 Main Street
Campton, KY 41301
Wolfe County Public Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Wolfe County Public Schools
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- B61 Students
- B-56 Students
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- C23 Students
- A-19 Students
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- A-13 Students
- B+11 Students
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- B-11 Students
Wolfe County Public Schools Reviews
I love how all the teachers, staff, and students know everyone in the building. Wolfe County Schools has a very good learning environment also. The teachers and the principals do such an amazing job with every single one of the students. The counselor at Wolfe County High School spend lots of her personal time making sure that every student will be college and career ready. The teachers try to the best of their ability to persuade every student that college is a good option for them, and there is always a way. The only thing i would change about Wolfe County Public Schools is that there be more college classes and opportunities.
I liked the loving and carefree environment in my high school, but it was very academically lacking. Every day is an adventure with Wolfe County High School. The laid-back nature of the school is very inviting as well. The academics of the school is not challenging at all. Your best bet is to use the programs such as ECA or Vocational.
Wolfe High has enlightened me on many things about the real world, that I never thought about. As a freshman, I was welcomed with open arms and had specific expectations that were not at all how the school worked. Most people were welcoming and I had a lot of help with the transition and any problems. Sophomore year, though difficult, enlightened me on my career path. Junior year was an enlightening year, I got a taste of my potential career and understood the steps to get there. Senoir year was the beginning of the end of my schooling at Wolfe County, though it was difficult without a guidance counselor around all the time (she was rediagnosed with breast cancer), it taught me that you can make things happen on your own. Though Wolfe County High was sometimes a rough place to be (there were a lot of trials), it taught me that I can handle situations on my own.