Coolidge Unified School District is a public school district located in Coolidge, AZ. It has 2,110 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 16% of students are at least proficient in math and 17% in reading.
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Coolidge Unified School District Reviews
I am currently a Senior at Coolidge High School, having attended the school all four years. I have enjoyed my time as a Coolidge Bear, with the student diversity, the teachers and staff always ready to help, and the small campus easy to traverse. Both of the Elementary Schools teach the young children everything they need to know before high school, then they get ready to Bear Down at CHS!
At Coolidge High School you are received with many great classes taught by a diversity of different teachers. There is a variety of electives to choose from as well as extracurricular activities to participate in. Coolidge High School is also partnered up with CAVIT, Central Arizona Valley Institute Of Technology, to provide juniors and seniors the opportunity to elect a possible future career if they so choose to pursue it. For example, at CAVIT, they have programs such as: nursing assistant, medical assistant massage therapy, dental assistant, veterinary assistant, law enforcement, cosmetology, and fire science, all in which student can be given a certification or license in thee chosen profession. Not only that but Coolidge High School also has an extraordinary FFA program that will gives students the chance to expand their knowledge in the agriculture field and participate in constructive events.
I had a decent experience at Coolidge high school. I had some great teachers and the students in my pass were pretty awesome as well. I will say that on the basis of high schools, Coolidge did a good job. However, I will also say I feel like the standards of my high school were in the shadow of other schools in my district, and most definitely in other districts. Talking to some of my friends now, who I know went to school in maricopa County as opposed to Pinal County where Coolidge high school is, I feel very inferior as to what I could've learned in high school in maricopa County. The schools in maricopa County were far more advanced, giving students the option to take human anatomy in high school and get a head start with college level sciences while Coolidge's highest science class was biology 2. I feel that if Coolidge would raise it standards just a little bit they would be a much better school, but I am thankful for they opportunities and experiences that I had there.