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Bridge City Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in Bridge City, TX. It has 3,057 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 47% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
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Bridge City Independent School District Reviews
Bridge City is a well-rounded school! There are many opportunities for kids to excel whether it's acdemics, sports, music, drama, art, or just be involved. BC pushes their kids to think outside the box. If any student is struggling there are many tutoring opportunities as well as student help. BC believes in giving back to their community too. At every grade level BC ranks in top percent on the state mandated tests. One of my favorite things about Bridge City is how much parents and other community members get involved and support the school! It does not matter how close or how far an event is being held, you will see a flock of Cardinals right along side! A few things that still need work are the traffic flow at the elementary and middle school campuses. The middle school(6-8) needs to be updated and a new cooling system! Also, I would like a better plan for graduation excercises in the event of rain. Overall, I am very proud that my children are Bridge City Cardinals.
Bridge City Independent School District is a school of mixed reviews. The administration is running down all of the schools. The facilities are teachers are phenomenal, if it were not for the poor administration. The sports are all very successful and the school culture and activities/club are all very involved.
My experience with Bridge city independent school district was fairly positive. I went there since kindergarten and now I'm a senior. There was many things I learned to love about the district. For example, the food is terrible, but on Wednesdays we have baked potatoes and those are my favorite. Being involved in many organizations and clubs means that I spend more time at the school then I do my own house. Although I have many positives from my experience I also have a few negatives. Our motto is "honor red tradition" but this year we got a new superintendent and he has taken away several traditions that we've had for years. During football games we would go down to the track during third-quarter and the band would play and senior drill team girls would get the privilege to go down and dance. We all look forward to being a senior and doing this, but this year we are no longer allowed to do it. Although this is a bad experience, I still love being a part of it all.