Aransas Pass Independent School District is a public school district located in Aransas Pass, TX. It has 1,806 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
2300 Mcmullen Lane Ste 600
Aransas Pass, TX 78336
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Elementary Schools in Aransas Pass Independent School District
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Aransas Pass Independent School District Reviews
I'd like to see more textbooks checked out to students, and more one on one teacher involvement. Not to mention, the actual school building is in terrible condition. The ceilings are caving in, and anytime it rains, the classrooms flood. Our gym floor actually came up and was touching the ceiling form being so swollen with water damage. I do love how college oriented this school is. They're on top of helping everybody doing their applications and applying for different schools. The staff is very friendly and I love the counselors.
The only school I have ever attended is the Aransas Pass Independent District so I cannot really compare it to anything else. However, my over 12 years of attending there has given me quite an opinion. First thing that I can say is that teachers never work there longer than 5 years. Our English department is not very well off and the entirety of our education program is the push-over type. The lessons rarely ever try to challenge the students and any advanced placement classes that are offered are only offered online which are even worse. Craving to be challenged, I took these classes and spent my four years of my high school career in a computer lab for almost 8 hours a day. It wasn't very fun, nor did I learn much. Before my senior year started, Hurricane Harvey made its way through and made the district even worse than it was before. However, I still like my little town and am glad that I got to grow up here. The school just needs a little attention and TLC though.
I am a junior in Aransas Pass highschool and have lived first hand what it’s like. The food isn’t all too bad but here is room for improvement. The staff is good the janitors always say hi they are very friendly. The college readiness program is not good. Most of the kids in school have no idea what the SAT is or TSI or any test is. Only a handful. The athletics program is alright. It’s a great school but as I said. There is room for improvement. Lots of it.