About This School
In 2011, Battle Academy for Teaching Learning had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Tennessee average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Battle Academy for Teaching Learning Reviews
A very challenged school. High minority population due to the school being close to low income / bad neighborhoods. Think twice before sending your child to this school.
We just love Battle Academy! Our son is in Kindergarten there and has learned so much already, and the school year is only halfway through. He's reading and writing so much better than I would have expected for Kindergarten. We love his teacher. She is very gifted at keeping all of the kids engaged and learning, and I have seen it first hand! All the Kindergarten teachers at Battle seem really great at what they do, and Battle Academy as a whole has a really welcoming, fun atmosphere! I really can't say enough about it!
Battle Academy for Teaching and Learning was an educational and promising experience. I'm currently in the 8th grade attending the Center for Creative Arts. I would have to say that every flaw any student endentured was overcomed by the problem solving and work of the wonderful staff members. Battle Academy not only offers your child/student the opportunity to succeed in their educational needs, but offers a warm and safe enviornment that I'm sure every child will charish and remember.
I would just like to say that during the time that I went to Battle Academy the teachers and other staff members were very kind and generous. They helped me succeed and that's what counts. So i would like to giva a special thanks to Battle Academy For Teaching and Learning
student/ teacher ratio is higher
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