Casa Grande Union High School District is a public school district located in Casa Grande, AZ. It has 3,638 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 28 to 1. According to state test scores, 30% of students are at least proficient in math and 26% in reading.
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Casa Grande Union High School District Reviews
As I students point of view, our school district is alright. Our school is supposed to be fun, and spirited and welcoming but a lot of students find it opposite. We have spirit and when we have activities like our pep assembly everyone comes together but when our school has regular days, our school is not so friendly. Our staff around the school is mainly friendly and welcoming! Our sports are not so amazing but we still celebrate and come together as a school.
I like how kind most of my teachers have been and how there is a diversity of teachers and teaching skills. I enjoy how there are AP classes offered at true AP level. The downside is the alumni can be very chaotic and roudy and security isn't very good at controlling the students. The rules at my school are good and staff highly tries thier best to enforce them but sadly fail more than what should happen. I love the counselors they are really helpful and all the sports are great and very team bonding based. Overall, despite its for flaws my school is great.
My experience at this school is one I will remember forever, this place is where I kept friends since middle school and it will be sad to leave and go onto bigger things. What I liked about this school is all the volunteer opportunities I got and was able to be apart of the community. I would like the school to change by adding some alternative form of punishment when it comes to detention because the ones that do get in trouble are only missing class time and lesson being taught.