Ada City Schools Reviews
Rating 3.94 out of 5 16 reviews
They have given me the opportunity to travel doing the Summer in my science and history classes. The leadership program has given me the chance to help those less fortunate than me. The school is very diverse we learn from each other they provide tutoring services in math and English. Also tutoring and prep classes for your ACT test.
The welcoming nature and collaborative spirit is what I love about the Ada School District. They also offer numerous opportunities to push a student's boundaries and support them to excel at academics and other interests.
Ada is a very small town. At Ada City Schools, all anyone seems to care about is football. Yes, even football over academics. Ada is a very judgmental town, and that doesn’t change when you go to school. High school was not a fun experience for me.
Ada City Schools was a very diverse school. It was in the Chickasaw Nation. With my time in Ada City Schools, I encountered racism a numerous amount of times. Everytime I had approached the counselors/principals, nothing was ever done to resolve the issue. With Ada City Schools being in the heart of the Chickasaw Nation, racism should be taken seriously.
The teachers throughout the district are extremely caring and wonderful. They truly care for how you are doing, and they are willing to work with you to help you be your best self.
I’ve had a good experience. We have a lot of teachers that treat students like family. I wish there were more class choices and more classes to prepare students for college.
I like Ada High because there are so many programs and clubs for everyone to get involved in. Our performing arts program is absolutely incredible. The school itself is so inclusive and cares about every one of their students.
I feel like I was not as college ready as I needed to be upon graduation. Students are often treated differently based on their social status. Punishment is not across the board.
Most of the teachers in the school system are amazing!!! They are super nice and are very understanding with their students. As for the rest of the staff, they are really nice too! My only complaint is the food, which is disgusting and the lack of funding for the arts such as band, performing arts, choir, etc. Everyone in this district cares to much about sports and athletics and athletes that little to none focus on the STEAM department (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math).
When I moved to Ada I immediately notice the amount of school spirit throughout the entire student body. This school has more spirit, kindness, and courage than any other school I've seen. The only thing I would change is the almost inedible food in the cafeteria and the lack of involvement for some students.
I all around like Ada Schools. We could use better resources and better teachers. Most of our teachers are good but their are a few that do not teach at all. Ada Schools did not make me feel college ready. We have pretty good Principles and other good board members. Sports is very good and everyone gets very involved. Football is the top of everything at our school. Everyone goes to every game. Basketball is also high up at Ada Schools. All around other than a few bad factors Ada City Schools is a good school.
Ada High School is a great school. The teachers, students, and faculty are very welcoming and it has well prepared me for college and the real world.
Ada City Schools were pretty typical. I went there for 3 years and ended up graduating. The classes and faculty and student body were average as far as quality but what I would like to see change is for them to help students in the real world. Teach us about voting, taxes, rent, jobs, food stamps, laundry. They have "bachelor/ette" classes but every student needs to know these and similar things for real life, not just crafts like the class actually did. Teach us something to help us live, not just to pass your tests.