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Mossy Creek Middle School

Kathleen, GA
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 732

Overview

Mossy Creek Middle School
200 Danny Carpenter Drive
Kathleen, GA 31047
(478) 988-6171
Mossy Creek Middle School is located in Kathleen, GA and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
Native American
0%
Asian
3%
Two or more races
4%
Hispanic
8%
Black
23%
White
63%

Reviews15 Reviews

3.5
parent
My son is entering his 7th grade year. Last year was a little rocky, but that was mainly due to him making the transition from elementary to middle school. The administration is very good and I love his teachers for keeping me/us informed of his progress. My son is by no means part of the "in crowd" but I am an active parent and they treat us with respect and dignity.
other
My daughters first year at Mossy and I am loving the transition. The principal is very communicative with us and my daughter loves the environment.
parent
We just fnished three years at Mossy Creek. Coming from a private school environment we were very apprehensive. We were pleasantly surprised! Loved our experience. Great relationship with staff and teachers. It did require work on my part to get to know them and them to know me-to get involved. I served on pto for three years and it was a fabulous experience. I do have to laugh at the one review that stated the pro students were favorites. I personally know two pto children that were sent home for wearing leggings. Maybe we did receive some favoritism along the way but we worked our tails off for the good of the school and the students. I wouldn't hesitate to send my child to The Creek. I'm just sad our time is over. My student received a top notch education that has prepared her for the next phase of her life.
parent
I have to say according the the negative reviews I am the only "socioeconomically disadvantaged" parent which has become a "favorite parent." The principal has never struck me as having favorites and has been most helpful several times in the past couple years when my child has had issues or needed assistance in school. My child's teacher has an open door policy and I have dropped in spoken to the teacher as well as enjoyed lunch with the class. My child have liked his teachers, although I have had to go behind closed doors with the principal due to inappropriate behavior. My child was excited to become a member of the FFA. The school staff from the med tech to the cafeteria staff have always been nice and helpful as well. As for being from the "economically deficient" neighborhood, I can guarantee that I am from that neighborhood and then some. I believe that much of the way the staff and teachers treat the parents has to do with how much the parents interact with the school and their attitude toward the teachers, staff and administrators.
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