The teachers and students seem to be divided into two categories. There are those who care and those who don't. Those who care teach AP courses and take AP courses. Those who don't are in the remaining courses. If your child is in the average courses I think they are in a much more difficult learning environment to be in due to the thugs who create distraction and the uninterested teachers who are not in control of those classes. Hence your child's academic performance emotional wellbeing and self-esteem are all better off by being in advanced classes. I give the school overall an average score for not taking initiative to have more staff who care and for not dealing more effectively with the students who cause hell for everyone. I know each student is a placeholder for cash. However when they are allowed to cause hell for others they are robbing the other students of their right to an education. Make the alternative school bigger and like a prison. Then load it up with a few teachers and security. Get the $$$ and spare the rest of our kids.
About This School
Oldham County High School is a public high school in La Grange. 1,410 students attend Oldham County High School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 20% of the 1,410 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Oldham County High School is 19:1. The Robert L. Arvin Education Center is one of the nearest high schools.
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