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Sylvester, GA
Students enrolled: 994

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406 W King St
Sylvester, GA 31791

(229) 776-8625
(229) 776-8614
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January 21, 2010
i am aworth county high school senior this year an i believe this is the best school ever although there are some very strict teachers around. They just try to help you grow up and learn about life and to graduate.

- submitted by a parent

November 19, 2007
I am a senior here at Woth County High, and even though some days I really don't want to get out of bed, I never regret it when I get here. The teachers are great, especially the literature teachers, and my class (the class of 2008) is full of children willing to learn and keep their mouths shut, as Im sure many grades coming up will be. I really like the principal Mr. Coach Bell because he was the former vocational dept. director and he really seems to be looking out for that department. Bell is doing alot of good for this school, and I think it helps when the teachers get along and agree with his way of doing things.

- submitted by a student

March 21, 2006
I am now attending WCHS and I think it is a great school! For the people who said the teachers do not care about their students you are wrong. All the teachers I have try to do anything they can for most of us. I am now in 11TH grade and I used to be bad all the time and none of my teachers liked me. Now I have been behaving better inside of school and I am doing very well. Worth County is very involved in football but we do pay attention to other activities around school. My friends and I love WCHS and wouldn't go to any other school!

- submitted by a student

December 12, 2005
I'm a 30 year old single mom, and I have to say: my child is not getting the proper education by attending the WC Schools. Teachers do not interact with the students. I'm in fear of my 12 year old daughter attending high school, because I don't think it has improved since my graduating year.

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May 06, 2005
Worth County is a nice place to live, but you don't want to send your children to school here. The middle school employs some teachers who cuss at the children, use crude language to them, and who don't seem to care one bit about them. The high school has soom good teachers but also has some who should either retire or never have gone into the education field at all. Worth County High seems to only care about its football program. Students in the band and chorus are not valued at all. There is not much money available for music education at all. The community also does not support the musical endeavors, nor does it support some of the 'lesser' sports like soccer. It has not been a very good learning environment for my children. One child refused to go to the high school and has gone to another high school.

- submitted by a parent

November 04, 2004
Worth County is a wonderful place to live but not a great place to send your kids to school. The high school does not prepare students for college.Classes tend to be too easy and study habits are not learned as a consequence. Possibly with more money spent on education and less on the superintendant, this could be a wonderful school that adequately prepares students for future

- submitted by a student

October 30, 2003
I went to Worth County High School growing up. I thought that the overall quality of the school was above average. The school doesn't however show it's support as much for all sports. I played football, wrestling, and did a little cross-country while attending WCHS. The staff and facualty are great, but overall the school shows a lot of interest in its football program, and not as much in the other sports areas. It would be nice to see how much money is put torwards each sport on an annual basis. I have plenty of nice memories from attending WCHS, and I looked forward to seeing my teachers everyday! I now attend DeVry University in Orlando, Florida, and I feel that my teachers in high school gave me the opportunity to accomplish the goals that I have accomplished! I have a 3.7 GPA, and I still enjoy learning something new everyday!

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Worth County High School
406 W King St, Sylvester, GA  31791
(229) 776-8625
Last modified Worth County High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Worth County High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 12 reviews. Top