Devine Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Devine, TX. It has 1,998 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 73% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
605 W Hondo
Devine, TX 78016
Devine Independent School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Devine Independent School District
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Devine Independent School District Reviews
While attending Devine Highschool for my last two years, I found the countryside locale and the small town feel of the area very homely and welcoming. All around are friendly people, teachers that care and live to assure a student's success. When I had began, I was a little saddened to find a slight lack in a number of classes such as AP Chemistry, or Chemistry II, a lacking of diverse language classes other than Spanish, and a few other notes here or there. However, this limitation is somewhat easily relieved when the district can add classes by the whim of the students. During my time, I saw, and was in-part the cause of the expansion of two additional classes made available to all other students; the Animations course and the Computer Science course. More are sure to follow!
Involved students (whether it be extracurricular activities or clubs within the school) often have good times meeting other students outside of their regular friend groups, and have opportunities to connect with other schools through academics and extracurricular activities. Students are continually challenged to do their best by teachers and schoolwork alike, but their could be an increase in both the amount of challenge of academia and aid offered to students who need it. Overall a fairly good experience.
Being from a small town the education was not very good. The teachers are good but given the resources they had they could not be who they are. All they really cared about was the athletics and nothing else. Once they knew they could get playoffs they kinda dropped everything else.