Superintendent Brown said the doors, windows, roofs and floors of most public schools are damaged and need major repairs ahead of the rainy season.
Superintendent Brown expressed the concern recently in the county in an interview with reporters.
He said some schools constructed by NGOs in the county have broken down and need urgent major renovation and the attention of the government.
Superintendent Brown said all the schools in the five districts have similar problems, noting that these do not create good learning environment for the students.
Meanwhile, according to Superintendent Brown, many students in public schools are using bricks and rocks as seats.
He named the H.Q. Taylor Jr. High School in Tubmanburg as one of the schools that does not have doors and seats for students.
According to the Superintendent Brown, another problem the Bomi County School System is faced with is lack of qualified teachers in some schools