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Morgan County Primary School

Madison, GA
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-2
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  • Enrollment: 694

Overview

Morgan County Primary School
993 East Avenue
Madison, GA 30650
(706) 342-3475
Morgan County Primary School is located in Madison, GA and serves grades PK-2.
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Native American
0%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
Asian
0%
Two or more races
5%
Hispanic
7%
Black
23%
White
65%

Reviews5 Reviews

2.5
parent
It's considered the best of the worst. Very understandable that the home schooled population grows. If you want to see something shocking notice how segregated morgan primary is. Find a black teacher? See a white kid on a school bus?
parent
My daughter has excelled and thoroughly enjoyed the last 3 years at MCPS!
parent
This school is full of hardened mean teachers that have been at the school for a very long time. The administration knows the issues with some very mean teachers who yell at and are nasty to the children. They do nothing!!! I complained about a teacher who was yelling at the students and was told of how long she had been teaching there and had never had a complaint. Really??.. I know 4 parents that complained previous years about her and one who pulled her child out to home school because the school would do nothing. My older child was terrified of her and did not have her as a teacher. The teachers put sooo much into the children with learning problems that the rest fall behind. The rich families seem to always get the nicest teachers in the school while the rest get really bad teachers year after year. Stay away from this county I have been here 12yrs & have 3 kids in 3 different schools here. The Primary is definitely the worst of all of them.
parent
It's disturbing that I have to rate this school as low as I do. We brought our children here because of the excellent reputation. We had such high hopes and were incredibly excited about our new town. We soon found it to be nothing more than an excellent public relations campaign. Students are the last priority. First and foremost is that false reputation at all costs, including your child's welfare. Second is making certain the teachers buy into it. And somewhere down the line they might do what's right for your child if you are a wealthy, prominent family in this small town. There are some truly wonderful teachers but any show of defiance against the administration is rewarded by forced retirement or being fired all together. I've watched many loving, creative teachers pushed out and replaced by hard, uncaring ones. What you don't hear about are all the good, loving families pulling their children out. They've learned after only one year how little the students matter and are moving them to other districts, placing them in private schools or homeschooling. If you want the best for your child, this district should not be an option.
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