Graham Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Graham, TX. It has 2,446 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 72% of students are at least proficient in math and 71% in reading.
400 3rd St
Graham, TX 76450
Graham Independent School District Rankings
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Graham Independent School District Reviews
I appreciate my school for allowing me to pursue the course path that will be beneficial to my career path based on my selected major. The staff is very helpful it making sure I am on the right track to college, which I am thankful for. There are some things I would change like some teaching strategies that my teachers choose to use, but I guess this is something normal that we all encounter at one point in time. Overall, I would like to leave a satisfied evaluation of Graham Independent School District on behalf of the average student.
Overall, I am thankful my children have had the opportunity to attend Graham ISD. I believe there are opportunities for every child (sports, arts, culinary, tech, academic, etc). The Superintendent is very involved and even takes the time to send students personalized notes on their achievements. The highschool principal has also been very willing to help with college admissions and recommendations. I was not a fan of middle school admission over the last few years and I don't believe the principal addressed some bullying issues appropriately (or actually at all). The teachers are responsive and usually have grades entered fairly timely. They are a little too lenient in regard to accepting late or missing assignments though. As is prevalent in most schools, star athletes are not penalized on the field for bad behavior off the field. Regardless, the district has provided a good education and many opportunities for the students.
This year is going to be one of the most emotional and crazy years of my life. It is a scary thought, but I am also very excited about what my future has in store for me. My high school years, compared to others, have been a little bit different from most. I can honestly say it has been a big adjustment. I am ADD, ADHD, Dyslexic, and have a compulsive disorder. I know everyone gets upset with me A LOT of the times, but I am supposed to take Adderall. I do not like to take any kind of medication, and begged my parents to let me try dealing with my disabilities with out medication. I wanted to learn how to deal with life on my own, and drug free. I work very hard everyday of my life, not just when it matters. I have made a lot of mistakes, and I am far from perfect, but I learn from my mistakes. I work hard on every task handed or thrown at me. I am versatile, motivated, loyal, and take pride in my work. I play Varsity Baseball for the Graham Steers.