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Casa Grande Union High School District is a public school district located in Casa Grande, AZ. It has 3,593 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 36% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% 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 loved going to school here. The teachers were nice and professional; always willing to help their students when asked for help. Teachers gave supplemental sources to look at, which was always nice because it gives resources that were outside the textbook. Though, when I went here, most of the clubs were very general, and did not interest me much. However, these clubs were ones that taught very useful skills. The staff that worked here were nice. Though depending on the department, their helpfulness towards students, ranges from "Thank you for completely answering my questions" to "I'll refer you to someone less". The native American counselor cared a lot about his students, and he often kept in touch. Helping whenever he can and shared opportunities that would build character for Native American students. Overall, I had happy that I decided to enroll at CGUHS.
I was a disabled student in the district, and I did not experience any bullying or discrimination from the student population. Some instructors were not very accommodating or understanding, and I think that this could be improved upon. I also believe that generally the attitudes of the students towards district were lacking, not very success-oriented except for a few students, while the majority was not geared toward achieving high academically.