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Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in Edinburg, TX. It has 34,121 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 43% in reading.
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Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District Reviews
Edinburg has provided me with wonderful experiences throughout my public school career. The district not only supports academic programs, but also highly supports us with providing resources and funding for all other extra-curricular programs. They go above and beyond to help foster a great experience for their students!
My experience at ECISD has been the best school experience I’ve ever had! From elementary to now high school, I’ve been happy and learning and getting ready for college everyday . I’ve made so many friends and made relationships with awesome teachers. This school district provides everyone with the best In all areas. For example, I used to be at a private school In McAllen. Nothing compared to this district and it’s schools I’ve enrolled in! Top of the line teachers and extra school clubs and sports. I do not regret being a student in this district. It deserves all the stars it can get
I have attended all three levels of schooling within the ECISD and overall I’m highly satisfied, however, here is my entire review. Faculty wise you probably couldn’t find more dedicated teachers if you tried. That goes for Elementary, Junior High, and High School. However, the schools themselves are far too strict on dress codes and faculties have the tendency to make remarks based their own personal beliefs and critique students who stand out. This is more than likely due to the generation gap, but they mean well. Perhaps having an annual student survey through varied levels of schooling throughout the district denoting the aspirations students have, what they wish would change, etc would serve to benefit the quality of connection students have in such an essential environment they too will mature and grow within.