Caldwell Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in CALDWELL, TX. It has 1,749 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 80% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
203 N GRAY ST
CALDWELL, TX 77836
Caldwell Independent School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Caldwell Independent School District
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Caldwell Independent School District Reviews
Caldwell High School has given me the tools I believe to go forward in education. The teachers are very informative to what it takes to help us students to prepare for college . We have a great agriculture program. I speak very proudly of our school for I moved from a large city were the teachers did not have the time to help with the over all class work need, they were mostly worried about the state testing. Where Caldwell High School has prepare me for my future. GO HORNETS!
Caldwell Independent School District is one like no other. We might not be the biggest school or the best looking, but the loving attitudes and strive of success shows other wise! My experience and Caldwell High school is undescribable being able to go a school that I can tell there is passion from just the smile on each and everyone’s face. If I had to change one thing about Caldwell Independent School District, I wouldn’t because there’s absolutely nothing to change about the sweet and caring hearts have. I’m very blessed to attend my past 14 years of school and Caldwell Independent School District.
Caldwell is a rather small town, so not a lot goes on. We don't have much to work with either. Our teachers are great and do an amazing job given their resources, or lack thereof. The food is typical of what you would expect for a cafeteria. As the years have passed, I've seen more and more specialty and college-credit classes be added. Scheduling is always a problem however. Many kids are denied from their extracurricular activities because they need to take an AP class that is only during that class period. Rules and regulations have become a little ridiculous. Dress code regulations are a little strict and PDA only allows holding hands. Linking arms isn't allowed.