About This School
In 2011, Grant County High School had 19 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Kentucky average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Grant County High School Reviews
Wow! This school is amazing I attend it as a junior and the teacher work very hard to challenge us students not to mention the english dept. the teachers that I have had are very destinct on what needs to be done and have developed my interest in becoming an English my self after I graduate in 2014 with a huge thanks to miss rice and more specifically MRS.RICHARDS and I would be honored to have the chance to have my first etching job at GCHS
This school distticts academic standards are pathetic. I can uneerstand why they haven't met there testing standards for the past 3 years and their elementry schools only rand an average of a 6 out of 10 scale ratings. The students just aren't challenged. They are not encouraged to just meet the minimum standards. At the elementry level they should be given opportunities to expand their education like other schools around them. Opportunites they should be given include spelling bee competitions, forein language classes, extercurricular eductional clubs, such as chess club, math challenging clubs and science fair competitions. They barely even meet the minimum days of attendance compared to surrounding schools. When bus transportation is unable to run the parents should be reponsible for getting thier children to school that day, they run everywhere else. Grant County Schools is by far one of the worst I have experienced in my life.