Madison County High School in Danielsville, GA - Niche

Overall
Niche Grade
Details
  • Grades
    9-12
  • Students
    1,374
  • Type
    Public
  • Reviews
    71 3.7
  • Ranking

Madison County High School is a public school in Danielsville, Georgia. It has 1,374 students in grades 9-12. According to state standards, 76% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. There have been 71 reviews written and they have been mostly positive.

600 Madison St
Danielsville, GA 30633
(706) 795-2197

Ratings and Reviews
3.7 from 71 reviews
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    • High School Senior
    • 3
    Student Culture & Diversity: Living in the rural south, there is very little racial, ethnic, or religious diversity, and the attitudes of these majority student's are not always positive in regards to minority students. This issue is typically only prevalent in the students from the lower achieving side of our spectrum, as the high achieving section of our school is highly accepting, and many of them speak out on current hot-button political issues. The diversity in gender expression is somewhat low; however, there are many different sexual orientations represented in my circle of friends alone, and the school as a whole has only grown more accepting toward these people since I was a freshman. Typically, most students are involved in at least one extra-curricular activity.
    • High School Senior
    • 4
    Extracurriculars: Our school's extracurricular activities are highly varied and enjoyable. Though we do offer run-of-the-mill athletics found at nearly every high school, the truly unique clubs are often non-athletic. Our academic and art oriented student activities are not only high engaging, but successful and full of incredible students. For example, our Academic Team not only appeared on WSB-TV's competitive game show, but was undefeated and even made it to the GHSA state tournament. Moreover, the Drama Club, who performed "Hairspray" as their 2016 spring musical, sold out tickets all four nights of showing and even over filled the capacity of the theater. These activities and others are lead by committed and hard working teachers and students who devote their entire heart to their endeavors despite being high achieving, busy individuals already. Because these non-athletic clubs are not financially supported by administrators, their success can be fully credited to the incredible students and teachers behind them.
    • High School Senior
    • 4
    Teachers: The quality of teachers at Madison County varies drastically. Our most gifted and beloved teachers tend to be in the English department. These teachers not only have phenomenal pass rates on state-wide tests and AP exams, but are hardworking, knowledgeable, and genuinely care for their students. The passion that drives the English department is truly unique and unparalleled in any other school system. Our Social Studies teachers are also driven individuals with great love for the subjects they teach; this dedication is evident in that my Economics teacher hosts weekend study sessions for his students, even going as far as providing food and extra credit to participating individuals. Our teachers adapt their teaching styles to the individual needs of the student and do not give up until each student can attain the level of success they desire. Not only are our teachers passionate about their work, but they are heavily involved in student life, sports, and activities. The motivation and love of learning these incredible people instill upon our student community is incredible, and I have been truly privileged to complete four years of high school under their guidance.
    • High School Senior
    • 4
    Health & Safety: Despite the questionable and shady students that lurk around corners and down the halls, I feel very confident that my school faculty has our safety and best interest in mind, especially the teachers. Despite their endeavors, however, our health education leaves much to be desired. It is a well known fact that our school district has one the highest teen pregnancy percentages in the state, and I whole-heartedly believe this is due to poor sex education. Our school nurse is very compassionate and helpful. Our resource officer most likely has good intentions, but he is somewhat off putting. Overall, my school is very safe, and despite the very divisive schism between conservative and liberal beliefs, there isn't a problem with bullying to my knowledge.
    • Parent
    • 5
    Extracurriculars: The school is very competitive and the coaching staff is great!

Academics Read more about this school's academics

Nearby Schools

Niche Grade Name Type
3.66 Danielsville Elementary School Public
3.33 Madison County Middle School Public
3.66 Colbert Elementary School Public
3.66 Comer Elementary School Public
3.66 Ila Elementary School Public
3.66 Hull-Sanford Elementary School Public
2.66 Athens Christian School Private, Religious

Comparable Schools

Niche Grade Name Distance Total Students
2.33 Cedar Shoals High School 15 mi. 1,445
3.00 Clarke Central High School 15 mi. 1,472
2.00 Franklin County High School 17 mi. 1,059
2.66 Oglethorpe County High School 17 mi. 709
2.66 East Jackson Comprehensive High School 14 mi. 961

Around Madison County High School

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Student Demographics Read more about this school's student culture and diversity

Gender

Gender
Female 47%
Male 52%

Student Diversity

Madison County High School United States Cedar Shoals High School Clarke Central High School East Jackson Comprehensive High School Franklin County High School Oglethorpe County High School
White 79.0% 51.0% 15.0% 20.0% 76.0% 81.0% 69.0%
African American 9.0% 15.0% 59.0% 53.0% 5.0% 9.0% 20.0%
Hispanic 7.0% 25.0% 18.0% 20.0% 12.0% 4.0% 6.0%
Multiracial 3.0% 2.8% 4.0% 2.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0%
Asian 1.0% 4.8% 2.0% 1.0% 2.0% 0% 0%
Native American 0% 1.1% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
Pacific Islander 0% 0.4% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Enrollment

Enrollment
Grade 9 29.3%
Grade 10 25.4%
Grade 11 23.0%
Grade 12 22.3%

Educational Outcomes Read more about this school's educational outcomes

Student Opinions

If you could do it all over again, would you still want to go to this school?     Based on 13 responses

  • 62% Yes
  • 31% Not sure.
  • 8% No

What are the best things about this school?     Based on 10 responses

  • 56% Teachers
  • 12% Drama
  • 12% The friends you find a the band program
  • 12% Food
  • 6% Atmosphere

What are the worst things about this school?     Based on 7 responses

  • 36% Food
  • 21% Cliches
  • 21% A majority of the students
  • 14% Unfair budgeting
  • 7% New bell schedule

What one thing distinguishes this school from other schools?     Based on 9 responses

  • 56% It's small so teachers and students interact a lot
  • 22% A minority of the students
  • 22% The students interact with one another

What one word or phrase best describes this school?     Based on 9 responses

  • 44% School Spirit
  • 22% Senior Privileges
  • 11% If you think it can't get any worse, think again
  • 11% Opinionated and diverse
  • 11% The best school in our area

What is the most helpful tip for a student to know before coming to this school?     Based on 10 responses

  • 60% Be prepared and be responsible.
  • 40% Be open minded

What is your overall opinion of this school?     Based on 10 responses

  • 10% I love everything about this school.
  • 80% I like mostly everything about this school, but there are some things I wish were different.
  • 10% I like a few things about this school, but I'm disappointed in general.
  • 0% I hate everything about this school.