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Public and Public Charter Schools in Kennesaw

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I went to Harrison a few years back and had a MILD compre...
Just moved to the area and have been very disappointed so...
Dedicated, organized, and responsive to parents, the teac...
We have moved frequently due to a military career and job...
This school has been great, the teachers we very helpful....
North Cobb is one of the best schools in Georgia hands do...
My oldest child attended Awtrey before Jeff Crawford was ...
My school is a pretty bad environment for a 6th grader li...
I enjoyed the experience with Bullard until recently. I h...
KCSMA is a wonderful place. When you walk in, it feels li...
This school has lost it's focus on teaching children. It...
Our school is starting to move out of title 1 due to the ...
This is as good as it gets for a public school. Be proact...
Just checked the ratings and I can tell you SOMETHING is ...
This is an excellent school for bright children who may h...
Our daughter is now in 1st grade at Kennesaw Elementary s...
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