About This School
In 2011, Woodland Middle School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Kentucky average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Woodland Middle School Reviews
The school actually is pretty bad. The teachers may seem to care up front, but the second the door closes they could care less, at least in many cases. The principles and admins also care very little about the level of education being taught. Either that, or the people that hired them, have no idea what a real teacher is all about. that goes all the way from the newest of the teachers, to the most experienced. Bad school, period. Shame too. One would think in an area like that, things would be different. Time for a parental uprising.
The school doesn't exceed at anything but they are not failing either. Its just average school. The teacher seem to care and take the time to try and reach out to parents. The school divides the students into groups. There is a great difference in the work loads between the smarter kids and below average ones.