Carney is ok school. When I was going there and I should say when I graduated from there. The school had good environment. A small town in the country and I loved it but needed more stuff for school like a football team or soccer team but now I hear that they have a football team and I am proud of Carney getting into that kind of program. Now education yes. It was all ok education but need more to it. Like bigger labs so kids can appreciate the science part of education and most of all teach the kids more about writing in the English department. I mean I did write some essays but now being in College you are writing a lot more and they should teach it more to the students on how to write and focus on the main points in an essay.It is a great school!
Carney High School is a public high school in Carney. 50 students go to Carney High School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Native American or Native Alaskan; and Black, non-Hispanic. 64% of the 50 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Carney High School is 17:1. Wellston High School is one of the nearest high schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||12%||15%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||64%||75%|
I highly recommend Carney High School. The low student to teacher ratio provides quality learning for all classes. Several of my friends that attended Carney High have degree's in Law Medicine Education and Business Administration. Parent involvement is very important to the teacher's and staff of Carney High. The music program is great as is the sports. Our baseball program is well known and often advances to the state play-off. The school culture has a fun compassionate and caring atmosphere. The teacher's want all of the student's to succeed as adults and prepare each student for the opportunity to further his or her education whether it be college vocational or technical training.
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