Celina Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Celina, TX. It has 2,429 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 92% of students are at least proficient in math and 89% in reading.
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Celina Independent School District Reviews
Overall it isn’t an awful school, however there are many parts that are lacking. For instance, it feels like a vast majority of budget goes towards sports. This leads to fine arts budgets being lowered, and not being able to have a large part in the school’s prestige. The school is also very understaffed. Most teachers teach 3 different classes, if not more. Especially English teachers who can teach up to 5 different classes each day. This leads to huge class sizes that do not foster a good learning environment.
Small bobcat community is growing quickly with lots of aches and pains. Everything revolves around sports. There are no art classes (music teachers are expected to offer art but don't) and computers are only 1x a week. Most teachers are on the same page with giving homework, communication and school activities. BUT the school district is cutting field trips, class parties, and library funds...growing pains? Elementary teachers are awesome. Lots of parent involvement. Mostly blue color school district.
Celina is a football town, if you don’t play football you pretty much aren’t important. Boys athletics (football) is all that matters. It took years of fighting to get girls soccer, and the budget is extremely low and they only allowed 1 team, even though there is 5 football teams. Over 40 girls tried out the first year so there was plenty of interest. I would not recommend this school to any boys who don’t play football. And only girls to girls who cheer.