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    669 Covered Bridge Pkwy, Prattville, AL 36066
    $850 - $1,338
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    (334) 310-6130
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    110 Bridge Street, Prattville, AL 36066
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Prattville High School Overview

1315 Upper Kingston Rd, Prattville, AL 36067 , Tel: +1 (334) 365-8804 Autauga County School District
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    Type: Public High School
    Grades: 8-12
  • 2050

    Students

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Prattville High School Ratings & Reviews

June 30, 2018 Submitted by a parent
To be fair PHS has the most choice as far class options for schools in Autauga County which is why we kept our son there instead of transferring him to a private school. The Autauga County Technology Center, which is right next door and which PHS students can walk over to for some elective classes, is a benefit. Although PHS only offers Spanish and French the students can take them for four years which is not the case at some private schools.PHS is underfunded, understaffed and uncommunicative. Although we've had good results emailing teachers directly, do not expect that the office will answer the phone or return messages. If you need to speak with them you will probably have to go to the office. They will send only a few messages during the year and the same applies to the school website. I believe their motto is "We don't need to let you know because we've always done it this way." However, if you want to know any information about sports that will be readily available. As PHS does have parent contact info they use once in a while I'm not sure why they don't do a better job of keeping parents informed with a weekly email newsletter like other High Schools do.BUSES: Kindergarten through High School students will be on the same bus. With stopping at every school the routes are LONG - possibly an hour or longer each way. The bus garage and schools do not communicate well with each other. If you need to find out bus stop information you'll probably have to call or stop by the bus garage.DRIVERS ED: It is my understanding that PHS is only able to offer 1/3 of students Drivers Ed and those students get very little driving time. It is mostly a study hall class. Students MUST have their permit already on the first day of class. Without drivers ed student auto insurance rates will be higher. Some of the private schools offer drivers ed.There is only ONE guidance counselor for each grade. Do not expect much from them.My son says there are fights and bullying in the lunch room and halls and occasional lock downs for drug searches. None of this is communicated to parents.In the two years my son has been at PHS, several of his teachers have quit in the middle of the year or there has been a temp teacher at the beginning of the year. He has had teachers NOT complete the required curriculum for the year.
May 23, 2018 Submitted by a parent
I think this High School is as good as any other my children have attended. We are a military family and only in the area for one year. Prattville High School is like any other school in that if your child is diligent and does his/her work they will be successful and have a good experience. They are very welcoming and the teachers I feel did a great job!
May 21, 2017 Submitted by a parent
My child has been in this school system since 3rd grade and I can tell you that this is a horrifyingly bad school system. The teachers play favorites so badly that it is just plain cruel if you're not on the favorite list. There are a few teachers that actually care, but they are far and few between. Most don't seem to care at all about teaching the subject they are assigned to. And if your child is not one of the most popular kids, comforming to everything as a "yes man" to appease them, your child will be the constant target of bullying by the students and the teachers as well. Thank god my child is finishing school and going to college elsewhere. Staying in this awful place would be unbearable. I've often heard people say that we should be grateful how great Prattville schools are compared to the Montgomery schools. Well, to me that's like saying you can choose 2 ways to die.....1. Someone will aim and fire straight at you, or 2. Someone will come up behind you and stab you in the back. This school is no better and you have to fight for everything. I had to fight with administration at times just to see my daughters school work, because they don't think parents should ever see their childs work. I even had to go into the principals office to view the work but couldn't take anything with me so I could review with my daughter her mistakes. There is nothing fair or good about this school, even when you as a parent are constantly in there fighting for the best for your child. The school only cares about sports/football and education is an after thought......If you want any chance of some kind of education here, you must go with the Honors and AP classes. You'll at least get some chance then.
March 31, 2017 Submitted by a parent
Athletic Director/Football Coach more worried about the perception of him and the team than ensuring ineligible players and cheerleaders who live out of the area do not participate in school activities. School needs to enforce who should be able to participate in activities versus allowing ineligible students to continue to stay on teams after they have moved from the area. Academics are OK, most teachers care for their students.
March 07, 2017 Submitted by a parent
The school cares more about its football team then anything. Teacher have math books and white board on their wish list because money isn't used for education but for this sports team. The new principal isn't visible at all. The Vice principal is amazing and the only shining light for the staff. Classes aren't challenging student they just want to get them graduated and you will see the same kids hanging around because they don't have the skill to attend a college or trade school. SO many fights!!
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Prattville, AL Education Statistics

  • No High School3%
  • Some High School42%
  • Some College24%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree14%
  • Graduate Degree10%

Apartments and homes for rent near Prattville High School

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Before you start packing, make sure Prattville High School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Prattville High School is a well-known public 8-12 school in Prattville. It is located at 1315 Upper Kingston Rd, Prattville, AL 36067 and it is the second home of 2050 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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