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Coldspring-Oakhurst Consolidated Independent School District is a public school district located in Coldspring, TX. It has 1,567 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 21% of students are at least proficient in math and 29% in reading.
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Coldspring-Oakhurst Consolidated Independent School District Reviews
Coldspring is a poor excuse for a school system. I’ve had some good times, don’t get me wrong. I’ve loved some teachers, and had some amazing classes. BUT! All they think about is money for themselves and not their students. They pick favorites. They’re more worried about he said, she said stuff than the students who are actually crying out for help. I supported the school and was in drillteam for 7 years (including Jr High) Our team was a light in our horrid system. I loved the team in on and loved the director. One of the only people I could trust. Teachers are shady. The office staff is shady. They’re rude and do not care about your concerns at all. The school is a overall dump and my children will NEVER attend such a low and unaccredited place like Coldspring ISD.
From personal experience at my school I do not see anything particularly stunning about it. However I do not have many negative comments about it. There is a lack of school spirit and at times the learning environment isn’t particularly stellar, but I’ve enjoyed enrollment at this school.
Coldspring-Oakhurst High School offers Ap classes as well as dual credit. During my high school years there the staff have always been considerate. The teachers are understanding and offer one on one time either before or after school. The only major downside to this school is how small it is makes the funding for associations tight. Clubs such as Hosa, the CNA practicum, FBLA, and even FFA dues are averaged around $50 a piece. I believe that if there more funding towards these academic groups more students would be involved.