About This School
In 2011, Inman Middle School had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Georgia average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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District Spending (2010)
Grade 6 Social Studies Performance
Inman Middle School Reviews
Before sending our son to this school we had heard several positive things regarding the quality of education as well as the favorable services that the school provided...fortunately, the rumors regarding the quality of education seem to be true; however, just like any other school, the kids have too much homework to do and seem to get burnt out on it, the food quality is just like any other school's cafeteria food (nothing too special), the teachers tend to keep their distances unless the student is acting out or is contacted, etc. I think that school is what you make of it, as cheesy as it sounds, and some kids are cut out for more work than others. If a child is not performing as well as the others, it does not make him or her academically smart or not smart. Most kids are unique in how they learn to do things; some learn more objectively than others. This school is more for those who learn in more concrete ways than in abstract ways, and my son, fortunately, is this way, and he is therefore excelling in this school.
the school really helped me develp my skills in school and in education. It has all types of extra curricular activites you or your child might enjoy like lacrosse, soccer, football, and basket ball.