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6 out of 10

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Overview

South Sumter Middle School

773 Northwest 10th Avenue
Webster, FL, 33597
(352) 793-2232

South Sumter Middle School, located in Webster, FL, serves grades 6-8 in the South Sumter Middle School. It received a GreatSchool Rating of 6 out of 10

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Student Diversity

Asian
0%
Hispanic
17%
Multiracial
2%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
White, non-Hispanic
74%
Black, non-Hispanic
7%
Native American or Native Alaskan
0%

Reviews

3.0
(17 Reviews)

This is a horrible school. As a teacher myself, I have a pretty good understanding of child development. Time and again, this school has shocked me. They put my daughter in a high school credit math class without my consent.
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Worst School I have EVER been to.1. the Staff: they LITERALLY lie to you (in my experience, they said that if I improved my grades then I would pass. I did (come close that is, but it was still good enough for me to pass) and they failed me 2.
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My daughter attended this school, I was very pleased with staff and available resources. Middle school was a huge concern, due to horror stories of other parents, and news stories. I had no issuses and believe this school has helped and readied my child for high school.
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I know my child did not like this school and I know many others that wound up moving their child to Citrus County. They told me plain out at the office one day that they have a lot of transient students due to the fact that the school is near the Webster Flea Mkt.
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I am a student at this horrible place and they give No effort what so ever to help the student (as in Bullying , grades, tutors,etc) and when i was being bullied they couldn't help cause i didn't know the names of the kids.

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