Colorado River Collegiate Academy is an above average, public school located in Bastrop, TX. It has 161 students in grades 9-11 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 87% of students are at least proficient in reading.
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Colorado River Collegiate Academy Reviews
This is only the 5th year of this high school existing. It is an early college high school which means that when an individual graduates, they will receive their Associates degree. They have to pass all their classes though.The student has to pass EDUC-1300 in order to go to Austin Community College. Sophomore and Junior year, he/she will be attending that community college twice a week. The other three days,will be at the high school. Senior year, he/she attends ACC 4 days a week. Each year, approximately about 60 students are accepted. So that tells you that we are a very small school. But that is a good thing because it is easier for the teacher to interact with the students. I once had a class that was only 4 students, including me. Everyone at this school is family. Only one down side is that the only sport we have is gym freshman year. But we do play sports after school.
As a current student, the school is small and comfortable. The classes at the campus are small and it's easier to get one on on help. Furthermore, this school offers a chance to earn an associates. My only complaint would be the cafeteria. Because the school is small and all the students are present Friday, it's hard to eat lunch before the next period start. Overall, has amazing teachers and a supportive staff that will assist you with classes and college needs.
The Colorado River Collegiate Academy was ranked third place two times in a row for student college readiness. Here, I was taught how to be an excellent college student by taking my first college course during freshman year. Between taking high school and college courses at the same time, you learn how to prioritize and manage stress throughout the rigorous years. Senior year is the light at the tunnel. We are getting close to earning our high school diploma and associates degree at the same time. This is a school for anybody who is committed to hard-work and setting up your future the right way. The only way to get to the end is to never quit; no matter how hard it is.