Grant High School

17779 Hwy 167, Dry Prong, LA 71423 | (318) 899-3331
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Student Enrollment: 683
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2.5 out of 5 | 8 Reviews
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School Description

School Summary and Highlights
Additional Contact Information
  • Mailing Address: 17779 Highway 167, Dry Prong, LA 71423
  • Principal or Admin: Randy Crawford
  • Fax: (318) 899-5724
School Operational Details
  • Title I Eligible
    All students of this school are eligible for participation in authorized programs.
School District Details

Faculty Details and Student Enrollment

Students and Faculty
  • Total Students Enrolled: 683
  • Total Full Time "Equivalent" Teachers: 44.8
  • Average Student-To-Teacher Ratio: 15.2
Students Gender Breakdown
  • Males: 352 (51.5%)
  • Females: 331 (48.5%)
Free Lunch Student Eligibility Breakdown
  • Eligible for Reduced Lunch: 76 (11.1%)
  • Eligible for Free Lunch: 285 (41.7%)
  • Eligible for Either Reduced or Free Lunch: 361 (52.9%)
Student Enrollment Distribution by Race / Ethnicity
Grant High School Student Race Distribution
  Number Percent
American Indian20.3%
Number of Students Per Grade
Number of Students Per Grade For Grant High School
  Number Percent
9th Grade21731.8%
10th Grade16123.6%
11th Grade16424.0%
12th Grade14120.6%
Faculty Educational Background (2006-07)
  • Teachers with a Bachelor's Degree: 77%
  • Teachers with a Master's Degree or Higher:20%
Faculty Salary and Experience (2006-2007)
  • Average Teaching Experience: 14 Years
  • Average Salary: $38,461
Teacher Experience by Number of Years
Grant High School Teacher Experience in Years
  Salary Percent
1-5 Years of Teaching Experience$29,99326%
More Than 5 Years of Teaching Experience$41,39274%
Source: LA Department of Education, Source: NCES 2009-2010

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Overall Rating: 2.5

2.5 out of 5 | 8 Reviews
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8 reviews for Grant High School

  • Reviewed by Former Student on October 18, 2011
  • Rating: 2 (2 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • i did not like grant high. i now wish to drop out. i used to cry in the bathroom because the teachers and kids were so mean
  • Reviewed by Student on March 15, 2010
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • Cole should go back to teaching 2nd grade kids, not administrating high school students. The entire staff suffer from incredibly large heads.
  • Reviewed by Student on February 26, 2010
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • grant high is the worst school I have been to. I am a Sr. I have moved several times and have been to 5 different high schools. grant high is the worst. I am the type of student who enjoys going to school and learning. the students at grant are allowed to do as they please. I have seen students walk over teachers like it was nothing. grant allows teens to have 0 respect. Before I moved her I wanted to become a teacher. now I'm not so sure. Grant high has some amazing teachers! They will help you learn as long as you TRY! The disciplinary obviously doesn't know how to correct the students. when procedures are done its to the minor acts. the overall things are looked over. Grants "further" has no respect for anyone or anything.
  • Reviewed by Teacher on February 09, 2009
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • Stanley E. Jones
    392 Lee Rd 520
    Phenix City, AL 36870
    (706)573-5893 cell
    Email: [email protected]

    Seeking a position as a JROTC Instrutor

    Twenty years experience in transportation and logistics and force protection for the US Army.

    Served as Platoon Sergeant, Section Sergeant/Truck Master and Squad Leader in both 2-9 Infantry and 1/29 Infantry Support Platoon, Cadre Trainer Course Manger and Drill Sergeant Leader

    Senior Dispatcher for the Motor Transportation Operator Course with 586 vehicles and Equipment Qualification records on over 500 soldiers for the ULLS-G computer system.

    Served as the S-3 Ammo and Land as well as the Rules of Engagement Noncommissioned Officer in Charge in South Korea.

    Secret Security Clearance with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Army With valid United States Passport

    Supervise and disciplined over 500 soldiers in day to day challenges, while training, mentoring, and teaching on 97 transportation vehicles
    by following rules and regulations.

    Trained over 240 civilians quarterly on the basic values of becoming a soldier

    Trained over 200 NCO’S quarterly to achieve one of the most prestigious positions in the United States Army of becoming a Drill Sergeant.

    Trained and licensed over 129 personnel as a Battalion Master Driver instructor.

    Trained over 240 civilians quarterly hand to hand combat

    Volunteer Work
    Reading teacher in elementary and middle schools for grades 1 to 5, mentoring special education and at risk students on reading comprehension and self esteem.

    Mentored at risk young adults to finish High School, take college classes, and seek employment opportunities to become productive citizens

    Worked with many different young men and women from diverse cultural and educational backgrounds from GEDS to Harvard Grads

    Instructor, NCOA, Ft Benning, GA. Dec 2007-Present

    Drill Sergeant Leader for Drill Sergeant School, Ft Benning, GA., Aug 2005-Oct 2007

    Drill Sergeant, Ft Benning., GA. Mar 2003-July 2005

    Risk Management/Safety Class Instructor, United States Army, Ft. Benning, GA., Jan 1999-Dec 2001

    Assistant Operations Sergeant, DOL, Plans and Operations, Ft. Polk, LA., Feb 1996-Nov 1998

    Bus Driver for 44-passenger bus, United States Army, 1988-1995

    Continue Education, Columbus State University, GA. Real Estate 2007

    General Studies, Troy State GA. Benning 2003

    Hand to Hand combat Combatives Level 1,II, III) Ft. Benning GA.2004

    Instructor Training Course, Ft. Benning GA. 2001

    Support Cadre Training Course. Ft Benning GA 2001

    NCO Safety and Risk Management Course, Ft. Benning GA. 2000

  • Reviewed by Former Student on December 07, 2008
  • Rating: 3 (3 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I graduated from Grant High School in 2003. I made straight As. When I went to college, I was amazed at how much I did not know as compared to others who graduated from other schools. Grant High School is a fun school with a lot of caring teachers, and I understand that if it was any more difficult, the drop out rate would probably skyrocket. Regardless, some people who go to school there actually want to go to college and should be provided with some upper level courses so they can be prepared for the real world. I feel I was not prepared for any higher education and hope that the school will increase its academic standards.
  • Reviewed by Former Student on October 15, 2008
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • Grant High is possibly the worst school for teenagers to go to. I moved to Louisiana when I was a junior. Texas's ninth grade courses are Grant High's eleventh grade courses. Grant High should not even be considered a school. Most of the students either drop out and go to work or they barely pass. Some of the teachers there are very good, but most of them are gym teachers because Grant is under staffed. No one wants to work there. If they would hire better teachers, I think Grant would be a better school.
  • Reviewed by Student on October 11, 2007
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I love Grant High School and I love the majority of teachers. I am lookin forward to graduating from there. Nothing would make me more proud than to graduate a cougar. Senior Class 2008

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