College Station Independent School District is a top rated, public school district located in College Station, TX. It has 13,188 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 85% of students are at least proficient in math and 79% in reading.
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College Station Independent School District Reviews
My experience within College Station Independent School District has been nothing but satisfactory. Within the district, there are many hired teachers, coaches, and principals who truly care about student body voice and opinions are always taken into consideration. As a student musician, I highly appreciate the district supporting and funding our fine arts, athletic, and culinary programs very well. As far as student education and achievements go, students are constantly pushed passed their limits and always encourgaged to put 100% effort towards their education. Sister schools CSHS and AMCHS have become extremely academically competitive due to such encouragement, resulting in many successful and intelligent students. Intelligence is highly appreciated and awarded within district, thus pushing everyone to do better.
My experience with the College station independent school district has been very positive. This is my fourth year attending the college Station high school. The academics is very high. They have high standards and expectations for their students, which gives the students motivation. The teachers and staff are exceptional. They really care about their student and are passionate about the jobs.
As a student of the oldest of the three high schools in College Station Independent School District, it is disheartening to witness the success of the newer schools while mine lacks their resources. Yet, even with the disadvantages of an older school, higher-level academics continue to thrive. Even so, I would hope that the attention to higher-level academics at my school would shift to other courses and activities. Consider the arts. The orchestra's instruments annually need repair due to the summer heat when the district ignores the pleas to keep the air conditioning running in the fine arts wing. The choir lacks a second director for their large and ever-growing program. The band lags behind the newer high school in the district as their program has switched between three different head directors in four years. The College Station Independent School District is so far successful enough to get by, but it is in need of more reform than it knows.