Hardin County Middle School
Savannah, TN 38372
About This School
In 2011, Hardin County Middle School had 14 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Tennessee average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Hardin County Middle School Reviews
I love this school dearly. I have recently moved..and I still consider Hardin county middle school the best school I have ever went too. They make you feel welcomed and loved. They have achieved so many things. They really do teach you. I miss my school...and my old teachers ...Mrs.Tubbs, Mr.Medows, Ms.Deberry, and Mrs.Thomas:)
I am a student at HCMS and i love this school> I am in the eighth grade and i love my teachers Mrs. Tubbs, Mr. Eliff, Mr. Meadows, Mrs. Thomas,and Mrs. Townley. Without them i wouldnt know alot and the year just started! i love the staff,the principals, and everyone else in this school.I am so sad that this is my last year at HCMS, and i will never forget it. GO TIGERS!!!!
I Think Hadin County Middle School is A Wonderful School
and my chidren love it to they have done so much better
wit their grade sence they have been going to this school
and no body can tell me any thing bad about them and me
believe it. I Have a step-son and a Daughter going there.
In my opinion, Middle School should be shut down completely! This is the worst school in Hardin County. Most of the teachers are awful. They are mean to the children. No wonder kids hate going to school. I would too if I were forced to sit in some of these teacher's classrooms. I will take my child out of school when she gets out of White's Elementary. One of the 8th grade teachers told a student that they were "not college material!" In 6th grade, the students are forced to read a book called "Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry." It is vulgar and violent. It is too explicit for a 12 year old to read. If a parent requests that a child not read this book, they are told they will get a zero. There is no working with the parents whatsoever. This school sets students up to fail!