Channelview Independent School District is a public school district located in Channelview, TX. It has 9,335 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 74% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
828 Sheldon Rd
Channelview, TX 77530
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Channelview Independent School District Reviews
My experience in Channelview High School was an overall average experience. My biggest concern with the school was that they really did not offer many opportunities to get ready for college or apply to universities. On the other hand, the teachers I had were very helpful and professional. They supplied me with the right resources in order to graduate and be successful. My favorite thing about my high school experience was playing soccer for the high school soccer team. Through my soccer coach Morry Bierman I learned a lot about life lessons. Thanks to him and the program I am where I am now.
I personally think Channelview High School is not a bad school. The Administration tries their best to try and maintain the school although, it is not easy due to fights and certain students. The teachers overall teach precisely and try to make us understand in the best way possible. I have had good experiences with the teachers although I stumbled upon one that did not fully meet the academic requirements in order to make that class successful for me and other students. Overall this school is not the best but the sports are very good and have very motivated coaches. I give this school a average rate.
What I like about Channelview Independent School District is that from elementary school the teachers are always on your side. Most of the teachers are bright and helpful. They are there for you can actually care. Especially in middle and high school, they try to teach you to the best of their abilities. Sometimes the students don't wanna learn or participate but the teachers still try, and will still focus a lot on the students that do care. The teachers are constantly trying to evolve the new technology age and are using more electronic learning ways.