55 out of 10GreatSchools

Carrollton Elementary School

Carrollton, GA
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-3
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  • Enrollment: 1635


Carrollton Elementary School
401 Ben Scott Boulevard
Carrollton, GA 30117
(770) 832-2120
Carrollton Elementary School is located in Carrollton, GA and serves grades PK-3.It received a GreatSchool rating of 5 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
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Two or more races

Reviews9 Reviews

Judgmental staff. Few teachers are diamonds in the rough. I feel sorry for those teachers who do care about the students, they are fighting an uphill battle.
My kids have attended here since they started school. The teachers and staff build lasting impressions on the kids and are knowledgable. They take time with the students who need it.
I am very disappointed and very concerned about the transportation department at Carrollton Elementary! The very first day of school for my 4 and 5 year old grandchildren, they missed the bus in the morning, despite being on the road at the appointed time. To top it off, the bus passed by their house at 2:40pm, nearly 45 minutes ahead of schedule. The driver never even slowed down or stopped. They returned the children to school, without ever placing a call to the emergency contact list. The children started to cry as the bus passed their house, and were frantic when returned to the school. After more than an hour of worry, I was able to reach someone in the transportation department, who after a rant about early day schedules, finally confirmed the location of the children. This is unacceptable and very inconsiderate on the part of ALL people involved, considering it was the very first day of school for a child in Pre-K and one in Kindergarten! What a terrible experience for 2 small children, who already had mixed emotions! Where is the security in this type of behavior?!?!?
We have two children at CES. We are moving to a better school district at the end of the school year. There are great teachers and not so great teachers. I think that is the case everywhere. I teach my children that in life we will have to deal with many different personalities and as long as a teacher isn't singling them out or bullying them they must adapt. It has been my experience that there is very little parental involvement and this puts a burden on the school academically speaking. I don't feel that my children will be prepared for college if we stay in this school district.
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