Aristoi Classical Academy is an above average, public school district located in Katy, TX. It has 856 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 76% of students are at least proficient in math and 83% in reading.
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Aristoi Classical Academy Reviews
I love Aristoi Classical Academy, the school is rigerous yet rewarding and very well organized. I have learned so much at this school, from Rhetoric to Humane Letters I am taught not only the classics in the best way possible, but taught how to think and explain my thoughts and beliefs in an organized and understandable way. The community at the school is phenomenal, and the students are very close to one another in a way I have only seen at Aristoi. The teachers are well known for their ability to teach well and for their passion in helping their students. With such a small teacher to student ratio, I find it very easy to have one on one time with teachers who are willing to help me if I’m struggling. Overall Aristoi is an excellent school that has a strong community and acedemically rigorous courses that prepare you not only for college, but for the rest of your life.
Attending Aristoi was the best school experience both socially and academically. On the Academic side, the material and curriculum are fantastic that aim not to make a student learn and walk out of the classroom better understanding their world and even themselves. Rhetoric, a rarity in high school education now days, is offered here that teaches students the art of debating in the most respectful and intelligent way that will leave the students able to properly and respectfully communicate by the time they graduate. Socially, you'll find friends and acquaintances that are hard to find in a public school setting. Most of the students really care about one another and are close enough to where the look at their classmates as brothers and sisters. Students love to shower each other with affirmations and help one another improve academically. Students here are also very eager to learn and participate.
It was a very good school until it grew and got new leadership. They’re very focused on only making money, by any means necessary. They have a horrible issue with bullying and administrators seem to not care anymore.