Calexico Unified School District
- CALEXICO, CA
Calexico Unified School District
- CALEXICO, CA
- Rating 3.59 out of 5 54 reviews
- Academicsgrade C+
- Diversitygrade C minus
- Teachersgrade B minus
- College Prepgrade B minus
- Clubs & Activitiesgrade C minus
- Administrationgrade D
- Sportsgrade B minus
- Foodgrade C minus
- Resources & Facilitiesgrade C minus
Calexico Unified School District is a public school district located in CALEXICO, CA. It has 8,721 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 22% of students are at least proficient in math and 33% in reading.
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Elementary Schools in Calexico Unified School District
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High Schools in Calexico Unified School District
Percent Proficient - Reading
Percent Proficient - Math
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- grade A minus749 Students
- grade C593 Students
- grade A+545 Students
- grade A+463 Students
- grade A+359 Students
- grade A minus326 Students
- grade A316 Students
- grade A+287 Students
- grade A minus199 Students
- grade A189 Students
grade C minus
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Free or Reduced Lunch
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Average Teacher Salary
Teachers in First/Second Year
Expenses Per Student
$14,962 / student
- Support Services38%
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade C
- Good for Familiesgrade C minus
- Housinggrade D+
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Calexico Unified School District Reviews
Rating 3.59 out of 5 54 reviews
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The way that they treat the overall student population at the school is not very good, I will however say that I have been favored for being so involved in my school's community. Those who are not as involved as me or are involved in things that don't pertain to the district are often dismissed or ignored. For example, our band program currently does not have a band director and the students must fend for themselves to teach each other the basics so that they can play efficiently at games and performances because they are still expected to perform. The district has made no effort to solve this large issue.
I've been a part of the Calexico Unified School District all twelve years of my school career, from K-12. The district offers free lunch meals for all students and waives many different fees for the high school students as well. As of right now, they are constructing new buildings for the high school. However, many things must change within the district. For example, the construction of the newest middle school, Enrique Camarena Jr. High has never been finished. The only building in the school in a small cafeteria that holds a max of about 70 people. The rest of the school is made up of trailers and is overcrowded. The high school is also extremely overcrowded with a total of almost 3,000 students attending. The education for students is average, and projects for the school are often postponed or finished years later than the set date. I enjoyed my time in school, but the quality could have been so much better and needs to be better for the future of the next generation.
Well, I enrolled into Calexico High School when I was in 9th grade and, ever since then, I have been having the best time of my life so far. The teachers here are really supportive and always try their best to get to know you and help you according to your needs. The best thing I have enjoyed from this school, however, is its hard-working and really creative welding class/club. I joined the class when I entered my junior year and I have had a great time there so far. I'm extremely intrigued by the process of welding because it fuses chemistry with on-hand work. The way that molten metal fuses two objects is because of a direct combustion reaction, of the electrode with the work-plate, that is caused by the chemicals in the electrode, these chemicals help speed up the combustion process. Overall, I have really enjoyed these past four years in my high school and I look forward to enhancing these experiences by attended my dream college U.C.S.D.